My kids are always creating. Most of the time they are on their own, drawing in the gobs of composition books scattered around the house. But sometimes, when I'm feeling brave, I break out the real supplies: construction paper and paint, glue and markers. While I hate the mess, these projects always become my favorite. So in an effort to personalize our home, I wanted a place to display the kids' creations. I knew there had to be a more stylish way than just taping them up to the walls and kitchen cabinets!
We have a big wall in our kitchen that was the perfect space. I picked up eight RIBBA frames from IKEA; I love the clean look and you can't beat the price! I used the newspaper method for the placement.
And after a morning of work, here is the final result:
I love it. It adds so much color to the otherwise neutral area. I love that the boys are so proud to see their pieces on display. I also like that it will be simple to change out the pieces as they grow.
What have you done this week to make your house feel more like home?