Kids' Rooms: A Hand's-on Decorating Guide

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Rockport, 2001 - Architecture - 143 pages
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This book presents imaginative room designs for infants, toddlers, and kids that are fun, durable, and flexible. Each chapter offers full color photos of fresh and innovative design ideas for children's bedrooms, bathrooms, playrooms, and studies. Information on fabrics, wallpapers, wall murals and other accessories like curtains, chairs, night-lights, table lamps, and rugs are all presented with information on what works for kids' rooms throughout childhood. Interviews from experts in this area of design as well as insight from actual parents and children who have created successful spaces at home are included to guide parents as they create the right decorative style and elements for their child's space.

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Review: Kids' Rooms: A Hands-On Decorating Guide

User Review  - Goodreads

Can you tell what has been on my mind? :) This one was okay, it looks like there's plenty of others. Read full review

About the author (2001)

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 New York State.

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