From toys to children’s furniture: interior design in a smaller version
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In contemporary homes where every room has its own decor, a new and eminently creative approach to children’s bedrooms makes use of furniture, decorative objects, textiles, toys and accessories: not only are the kids happy, but mum and dad are too.
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Brilliant idea, brilliant idea, brilliant idea. If Alex Bergman were a cartoon character, he’d constantly be pictured with a little lightbulb dancing above his head.
Today’s 25-35-year olds are the original video game generation who have never put their toys away. And that “Play” mindset has now rippled right across society as a whole, touching all ages and all occasions. So, what are we all playing at?
Consuming locally is an environmental gesture. Producing locally is a veritable commitment. The brands who make that choice must identify or explore all the expertise and materials available within the immediate vicinity.