Some of the more appealing children’s rooms we’ve seen can be found in The Family at Home, a book by London-based designer Anita Kaushal, who seems to have a sixth sense when it comes to creating spaces that appeal to both children and adults. Kaushal favors the look of a well-loved home over the spotless and brand-new; a welcome design choice for parents who want to outfit their children’s rooms creatively, sustainably, and affordably. N.B. Kaushal is also the founder of Happiness Itself, a small collection of handmade home accessories.
Above: Kaushal suggests hiding toys behind screens when guests arrive.
Above: The Family at Home by Anita Kaushal.
For a very different take on children’s spaces, see Remodelista’s post, Children’s Rooms: Indoor Climbing and Sliding Spaces.