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Growing Up in Style: Designing Haute Hideaways for Your Little Ones

Designing a home with kids in mind is a different ballgame than designing for adults. When planning your space, it is important to consider their safety, play areas, storage, and functionality. One of the best ways to create a kid-friendly home is to incorporate multi-functional furniture pieces that can serve different purposes. For example, consider a coffee table with hidden storage and soft edges like a cocktail ottoman.

Additionally, creating designated play spaces in your home, such as a toy room or a play corner with a table for crafts, will help keep clutter contained and allow for easy cleanup.

“High performance fabrics and wallcoverings will make your home life-proof.” says interior designer, Kate FitzGerald-Wilks, “We are excited to be putting client’s with pets and children back on white sofas. You no longer need to sacrifice your style or comfort for durability and cleanability.”

Another important aspect to consider when designing for kids is longevity. Kids are notorious for being hard on furniture, so choosing materials that are sturdy and can withstand wear and tear is essential. Materials such as leather and vinyl along with performance fabrics are great choices for furniture, as they are easy to clean and maintain. When it comes to flooring, consider options such as hardwood or luxury vinyl tile that can handle spills, scratches, and high traffic. By designing your space with your kids in mind, you can create a functional and stylish home that accommodates the whole family.


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