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Kids Rooms (Pottery Barn Kids)
Designing a kid-friendly home means more than just creating the ideal bedroom for your child. Because children find their way into every little nook, learning how to make your entire home safe and appealing to children is essential. "Kids' Rooms shows you how to create living spaces for the whole family that are comfortable, stylish, and age-appropriate. Packed with creati ...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published January 28th 2006 by Oxmoor House
(first published 2005)
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I love Pottery Barn and thought this was a beautiful book. Anyone planning on re-doing a room with their style/products in mind will probably love it. It's just a "like" for me because it's not what I'm looking for. It's more inspiring to me to see rooms that are more unique and individual. This felt a little too much like the PB Kids catalog for me, and I get that to enjoy in the mail every so often.
This is a very cute book with bright, full-page pictures. There are a few good ideas, but the book has so many pictures, there isn't a whole lot of content. And what ideas they did include, they often covered again a few pages down. I found it to be quite redundant. This goes without saying, but all the ideas have that Pottery Barn feel, which is good if you looove Pottery Barn (which I do.) After reading this book cover-to-cover, I wasn't inspired to do anything! It just wasn't all that excitin ...more