It’s easy to add a few more greens to your little one’s diet with a colorful salad like this Radicchio and Carrot Salad from Brooklyn Supper. Bright and fruity citrus paired with sweet carrot ribbons help to liven up greens that can be tough to get kids to eat.
Looking for more fresh spring recipes? Visit Design Studio to get inspired.
Dyeing and decorating eggs has always been a favorite Easter activity to do with kids. But why stop there? We thought the classic dyed egg could use some fresh new additions – so here are a few ideas that think outside the carton.
Written by Jordan Ferney of Oh Happy Day for Building Blocks.
Since we moved into our new house, I’ve been trying to figure out my boys’ room. It’s funny how it can take a while to make old furniture work in a new space. I was really inspired by the new Pottery Barn Kids collection – it’s helped me make some progress on refreshing their space!
I like keeping their toy collections on display so they actually play with their toys. I ended up also adding their books to the shelves, grouping them by color.
The Solid Task Lighting in bright green was the perfect way to add a little atmospheric light to the space.
I’d still like to add a desk and chairs, but for now, I feel like their room is finally coming together! Want to get this look? Shop some of my favorite PBK pieces (like the Jumbo Map Mural) below — happy decorating!
April showers are the perfect excuse for a fun indoor activity – and we think this Weather Activity Craft from You Are My Fave is just too cute! From a movable “wetter to better” meter to a fun temperature slider, this weather station is certainly not just for the kids.
What are some of your favorite indoor activities to do with your kids when it’s raining? Share with us in the comments below, and visit Design Studio to get inspired by our craft ideas.
Rainbow party? We’re in! This beautiful Rainbow Heart Party from The TomKat Studio is both cheerful and chic. We’re especially loving the idea of using sports drinks to create a rainbow of colored beverages!
Create a refreshing aqua nursery inspired by our favorite color this month: Sherwin-Williams Swimming SW 6764. From under-the-sea elements to geometric lines, aqua is the perfect summer shade to design a nursery with.
1. Let in the light in with a fun drape, like our aqua Pom Pom Sheer. For added versatility, layer it atop a blackout drape.
2. Under-the-sea dreams come to life as your little one falls asleep under our Ibiza Mobile.
When your little one reaches for a nice glass of milk with their after-school treat, they won’t know what to think when the milk doesn’t pour! Try this recipe for solid milk from Martha Stewart — it’s sure to trick even the cleverest of kids.
What are some of your favorite kid-friendly pranks? Share with us in the comments below!