Room by Room – the Modern Kid’s Room

This week’s look at the modern home on Room by Room with FormFire Glassworks takes us out of the relaxed atmosphere of the Master Bedroom into the fun world of the Modern Kid’s Room.
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We often treat children’s items as if they have nothing to do with the rest of the house, but remember that instructing your child in the benefits of good design starts early. Teaching them to choose well-styled, quality-crafted toys and accessories is an education that will benefit them in the long run, and will (hopefully) lead to a space with less clutter and an attractive look. There is more and more modern-styled furniture being made for the children’s market, so be on the lookout for some fun pieces!
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As you walk in the room to begin the evening ready-for-bed ritual, your eye is caught by the last bit of light filtering through the dynamic glass mobile hanging from the ceiling in the corner. You ask your munchkin to please put away the wooden plane that has found its way to the floor. Your little one has grown! An after-bath mark on a hand-printed growth chart reminds you of how quickly time passes. You make quick work of a lesson of ABC’s aided by the fun prints on the wall. You suggest a visit to the hand-painted potty chair, take a quick swipe at a nose with a tissue in a convenient and stylish fabric holder, and give a soft kiss before eyes flutter closed.

Come back next week when we take a look at the Modern Home Office!

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love INKLORE’s growth chart. GOOD STUFF!!!!!!!!

lisa Johnston

Wonderful write-up Amy! Love the room by room tour and the choices you’ve made.

Jennifer Cameron

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