|photo via Childhood 101|
|photo via Random Thoughts of a SUPERMOM.|
This example from the style files (spotted at Ohdeedoh) is at the top of my list because it’s a little more modern, allows for lots of big 3D pieces, and anyone can do it with a quick stop to that big blue and yellow house of joy/dread (depending on if you ask me or my husband), IKEA.
|photo via Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss|
|photo via HowDoesShe?|
And here it’s done by Martha Stewartusing a strip of cork board (spotted at HowDoesShe?). What do you think? Which option suits your space best?
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