Children’s Rooms: The Family at Home

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.

72 comments

Danuta Watola
Danuta Watola4 years ago

Thanks for posting.

Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener4 years ago

Beautiful!

Brenda Towers
Brenda Towers4 years ago

Great fun designing and planning !

Ashley L.
Ashley L.4 years ago

Cute!

Sarah M.
Sarah M.4 years ago

interesting

peggy p.
peggy p.4 years ago

agree kids should help pick the decor so they have a sense of home in them

Tatjana C.
Tatjana C.4 years ago

Some nice ideas, but I think, kids prefer to choose the colours they like. And it should be like that...

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