|Kids' Low Rider Bookcase - $349|
When our boys started flinging themselves over their crib rails we new it was time to update their room. I was getting tired of them jumping out of the crib and then emptying the contents of their dresser all over the place. So with their new Dr. Seuss bedroom, we got rid of the dresser, moved all of their clothes to the [locked] closet and built them a bookcase to store and organize some of their toys. I loved this one from Land of Nod. But my husband and I didn't want anything to do with that price tag, and wanted something to fit our own dimensions. So, we designed/made our own for less then half of the cost of theirs, and bigger too! The original Low Rider was designed to fit below a window if necessary. So you can tell ours is quite a bit taller then that.
|Ours for less then $150|
Main tools needed for this project:
- Hand Sander
- Circular Saw
- Kreg Jig
Now I can't tell you about the twins' Big Boy Room and not at least show a few pics of that too! So here they are, and I'm happy to say they still love it a year later!