When we finished our basement, I was sure to put dibs on a space to build a craft room. I think it is so crucial to foster creativity in our children. As art and music programs are being cut at record levels within our schools, it is up to parents to pick up where the school systems are failing our youth.
Since I entered the blogosphere I have had the opportunity to meet some amazing people. Through the the virtual universe I have been introduced to new things and ideas that I never would have had the pleasure of experiencing without the miracle of modern technology.
This brings me to Margaret Norcott, Principal designer for Milieu Design Group. Margaret sent along pictures of this gorgeous Kid’s Craft Suite that she designed for the Atlanta Symphony Show House and Gardens back in April.
This craft suite makes my little craft room look like a dump. Margaret has done an amazing job of mixing colors and textures that appeal to both kids and adults alike.
Can you believe this puppet show booth? What little one wouldn’t LOVE that?
I’m a big fan of a good window seat.
Here are Margaret’s resources:
1. Duralee Summer Fabric– Pricing to the trade.
2. Trina Turk Zebra Fabric– Pricing to the trade.
3. Kravet So Chic Sherbet Fabric–Pricing to the trade.
4. Bertoia Chair-$481
5. Benjamin Moore Crown Hill Yellow -Price Varies.
6. Tube Top Table Lamp-$110
7. Jake Desk Chair-$179
8. Duralee Polka Dots Fabric– $25.98/yd
9. Knoll Womb Chair-$2,487
10. FLOR Carpet Tiles– $11.99
11. Knoll Lin Stones-$229
12. Knoll Risom Kid’s Chair-$197
Thanks Margaret for sharing this special room!
Check out Margaret’s blog here.