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Living with Kids : Solutions for Family-Friendly Interiors (Interior Design and Architecture)Total Hits - 1081  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (1)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Many parents think decorating is something that happens after the kids grow up. But the anticipation of chocolate smears, juice stains, and rough play doesn’t have to resign parents to a home devoid of style.

Living with Kids is the book families with children have been waiting for. It goes beyond creating kid-specific spaces like nurseries and playrooms to decorating and organizing the entire home to help adults and kids coexist in harmony—and in style. The key: establishing centers of activity for everything, from play and relaxation to grooming and schoolwork. Whether readers are anticipating a new baby or living with a teenager, this book offers clever solutions for establishing an environment that can adapt to the ever- changing needs of growing children.

Useful tips and sidebars suggest great ways to store and organize kids’ stuff so it doesn’t take over the house, to create multiuse rooms that make the most of the space, essential products and accessories that stand up to the wear and tear of kids yet appeal to an adult sensibility, and more.

Realistic and creative, Living with Kids addresses a timeless challenge with savvy, modern solutions.

Writer and design specialist Eugenia Santiesteban currently serves as assistant editor for Elle Decor.

ISBN: 1564969665   Date Published on 5/1/2003
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Kids' Rooms: A Hands-On Decorating Guide (Interior Design and Architecture)Total Hits - 1653  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (4)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
This book takes readers on a design adventure to creating rooms as playful, diverse, and fun as any child’s imagination. Kids’ Rooms includes full-color photos of gorgeous kids’ spaces, including bedrooms, bathrooms, playrooms, storage spaces, and study nooks. The book is packed with design advice from professionals, parents, and kids on designing to fit a family’s unique taste, budget, and available space, and it shows how to create great-looking kid-style rooms that can grow with a child. Smart, realistic, and fun, this hands-on design resource will benefit the whole family.

Anna Kasabian is a writer and editor whose byline frequently appears in Design Times magazine and the Boston Globe, where she writes about interior design, garden design, and travel. The author of East Coast Rooms and Designing with Tile (both from Rockport Publishers), she lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

ISBN: 1564969711   Date Published on 2/1/2003