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Published on Feb 7, 2016
In this episode Liz shows you how to turn a big, blank wall into a beautiful and functional space using Ribba picture ledges from Ikea.
Blank walls can be some of the most daunting design tasks, especially in kid's rooms where it's easy to default to just adding clutter or hanging random artwork to fill space. One of Liz's favorite approaches is to use picture ledges as a way to break up a wall and add storage space that also looks amazing. This week, Liz walks through the ways the picture ledges in her daughter Elzie's room have changed as she's grown.
When Elzie was small, one of the things Liz loved to do most with her was read picture books. A great way to encourage reading is to make it easier for kids to find books by displaying them jacket side out (plus picture book covers are usually pretty darn fun).
Elzie is quite the collector (she gets that from her mom, just look at the piles of pillows and curtains Liz has stashed), so the ledges were next used to display Elzie's scores of Shopkins, Num Noms, and the like.
As Elzie has grown, she's gotten way more interested in what her room says about her. So the most recent evolution of the ledges features a variety of pictures she picked herself and phrases that mean something personal to her.
We used Ribba ledges in this project, but Mosslanda picture ledges would work just as well!
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