Tips & Trends - Kids Room

What We Love About Mid-Century Modern Design

Mid-century modern refers to a design movement during the 1940s through 1960s that featured clean lines, open spaces, geometric shapes and soft organic curves all with an integration of new materials in building, furnishings and art....   Read more »

Getting Organized: Kids' Room Edition

Does walking through your children’s rooms feel like navigating an obstacle course? With strategic storage, organizing tips and few good daily habits messes can be kept at bay and clutter safely off of the floor. Here are some of our ...   Read more »

Distinctive Daybeds

Daybeds have been long cherished for their versatility and well-appointed aesthetic. With a history tracing back to Ancient Egypt, daybeds were prized pieces affording comfort and relaxation. Functioning as sofa or lounge by day and a bed b...   Read more »

Difference Between a Twin Bed and Full Bed

Mattress size is the distinction between twin beds and full beds. At 75 inches in length, both are long enough to fit a child or adult of average height. However, full beds are 15 inches in wider. This margin could make all the difference i...   Read more »

Embellishing with Americana

Both heartwarming and inviting, Americana decor celebrates tradition while adding refreshing touches to today’s homes.  Beautifully incorporating into a wide range of interior decor styles from country farmhouse to industrial and...   Read more »

Adding a Chair to your Kid's Room

Whether you’ve got room for a seat that is deeply cushioned and roomy or just enough space for a petite fluffy stool, adding a chair to your kid’s room is always a great choice....   Read more »

Difference Between a Daybed and Sleeper Sofa

Able to accommodate both daytime sitting and nighttime sleeping, daybeds and sleeper sofas are both versatile additions to your home. Depending on the look and functionality you desire one may be more ideal for your space....   Read more »

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