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Painting kids furniture can be a cost effective, fun and original way to deck out your child's bedroom. It allows you to source your furniture cheaply, whilst creating a stylish, designed output, which is genuinely unique to your child's room. You can personalise painted wooden furniture with children's names or their favourite characters - to design their bedroom in the way they would most like it to be, for a fraction of the cost. Painting furniture that has been recycled, from a second hand shop, from relatives or a swap site is easy to do and can make a real centre piece in the room. Ideal furniture to repaint includes chairs, dressers, chests of drawers and wardrobes. You can go for a simple repaint like this:

We often get asked how to design a kids bedroom interior. So we have put together our top 5 bedroom essentials for kids.

With the Easter holidays looming, you may be looking for fun and educational activities to do with the kids. The weather is warming up and Spring is arriving, a great time to do some gardening with the children and to teach them about Nature! A cost effective way to engage your children in the nature around them is to make your own bird feeder. This fun activity shows them how to recycle materials, whilst also educating them about birds, as they visit your bird feeder over the coming weeks.

Whether you’re a fan of mint tea, or using this versatile herb in your fresh salads and cooked recipes, consider growing your own mint plants this spring. It’s quite simple and great fun to do with the kids - just follow the steps outlined in this simple, step-by-step guide to growing mint from Money Matters, the Sainsbury’s Bank blog.

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