Kids’ spaces can be so fun to design. Even if the rest of your house stays in the safe zone of grays, whites or tans, there’s some unspoken rule that it’s okay to go bolder with color, pattern and personality in their rooms. As my kids are getting older, I’m also learning the importance of letting them have a space that feels more like them and less like me. . . (which may mean we make some changes to their rooms eventually).
Have a kids’ room in your house that could use a little love? As part of my prize for winning the Pottery Barn Kids/PBS Kids Summer Book Nook Challenge, one of you will win a $500 gift card to Pottery Barn Kids! (Thanks again to all of you who voted and made this happen!)
You can enter (multiple ways) by using the RaffleCopter form below:
Today is also the kick-off for the kids’ spaces link-up party. (It is totally separate from the giveaway so you can participate in either or both!) Share your best kids’ bedrooms, playrooms, bathrooms, reading nooks, etc. A few things to remember before linking up. . .
- Link to the specific URL for your post, not just your blog address. (Example: I would use https://emilyaclark.com/2013/06/our-book-nook-reveal/ instead of http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com.)
- Please limit your submissions to two spaces at most so it’ll be easier for us all to navigate and hopefully visit lots of new blogs. I’ll be doing a recap of my favorite rooms later this month.
- Please link back to my blog and/or use this button in your post: