Causeway CondominiumContemporary Nursery, Boston

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Photo of a medium sized contemporary gender neutral nursery in Boston with white walls and light hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Ways to Declutter And Organise Before a Home Renovation7 February 2017

Use storage that movesPlastic storage boxes on wheels will come in very handy, as you’ll probably be moving things around to give your builders access around the house.If you’re planning a bedroom refurbishment, you’ll need to be selective about which clothes and toiletries you pack away and what you want to keep to hand for the duration of the improvements. A portable covered clothes rail and some lightweight drawers on wheels will store a capsule wardrobe and keep your clothes dust free.

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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Kids’ Rooms: How to Design a Scheme That Will Last14 October 2015

Take to the floor Wooden floors are great in a living or dining room, but carpet is the ideal flooring for a young child’s room. It’s the most comfortable for little knees, and it’s warmer in the winter than hardwood. A dense low pile or looped carpet is best for kids’ rooms, especially for running wheeled toys across. Carpet tiles, like the ones shown here, are a great alternative to conventional wall-to-wall carpeting. If one or two tiles get damaged, swapping them is a breeze. Plus, they come in a wide range of colours, so you can pick and choose your palette and create patterns as you wish. If carpet tiles or wall-to-wall carpeting isn’t a possibility, a large rug will suffice.

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Kelly Mason added this to Kids Bedroom20 September 2021

Carpet squares and colorful storage bins

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