Mother’s Day idea: Put it All Away
Toys, blocks and dirty socks. What can you, young child (tween or teenager alike), do for your mother on her special day? Flowers, crafts and sweet treats are, well, OK. But if you want an even grander idea: Put it All Away. Dad can help and siblings too. Stuff it here, tuck it in there. Socks to the hamper. Hang it high (if you can reach) or line it up low. Try a shelf (yep, that’s what they’re for) or close the books and puzzles in a bottom drawer. Find a place, an out-of-the-way space to Put it All Away.
There’s no “right” way as it turns out - it’s your effort that counts. What will your mother say when you tell her it was you who Put it All Away? What will she do when she sees your good work? She’ll gasp, sweep you off your feet and plant a big juicy kiss on your cheek. What could be better than making your mother happy (ecstatic!) on her very special day.
Here are a few suggestions for this seemingly daunting task…
Put it All Away in a Young America Harbor Town Armoire
Put it All Away in Young America Harbor Town Captain’s Storage Drawers (left) or Young America myHaven Captain’s Storage Drawers (right)
Put it All Away in a Young America Harbor Town Bookcase
Young America furniture on Houzz.com
We recently discovered this great online home design resource, Houzz.com, and how many people around the world download their app and use it to collect and share home ideas and products - including many from Stanley Furniture’s Young America.
Parenting Magazine tells readers "If you’re in need of some good design inspiration for your child’s bedroom, Houzz Kids’ Rooms is a great place to start." and CNN calls it “the Wikipedia of exterior and interior design.” They have an impressive community of 165,000+ fans on Facebook too. It’s a fun way to search photos, keep your virtual “ideabook,” discover products by category or room and designers by specialty and location, and find links to new products - like ours. Join the conversation on Houzz.com.