Kid's Rooms: Ideas and Projects for Children's Spaces

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2001 - House & Home - 156 pages
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It's an age-old dilemma--how to create a stylish room that still allows a kid to be a kid. Kids' Rooms solves the problem by presenting fresh, original ideas for creating fun yet functional spaces. Aimed at parents of 4- to 13-year-olds, this essential guide to pint-sized dcor offers practical counsel on the necessities of room layout--everything from furniture and fixtures to lighting and window treatments is covered. Color choices, fabrics, and themes are explored along with kid-friendly storage systems (a Folding Screen with Pockets!). In addition, Kids' Rooms showcases 15 fabulous and innovative rooms, that will pique the imagination. These featured rooms, such as the Log Cabin Retreat, the Purple Power Room, and Sheer Heaven, all blend form and function with charm and creativity. Best of all, Kids' Rooms includes numerous projects with easy-to-follow directions, demonstrating that redecorating need not be difficult or expensive. A must-have for anyone who's ever faced the challenge of decorating a kid's room.

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These books are aimed at anyone interested in designing children's bedrooms and kid-friendly houses. Jordan considers every room of the home when discussing children's needs, including bathrooms ... Read full review

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FURN1TURE
STORAGE
WORK AND PLAY AREAS
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Jennifer Levy is a New York-based photographer specializing in design, lifestyle, and food photography. Her work has appeared in many magazines and books including Simply Shrimp and Vegetarian Dinner in Minutes.

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