As diapers and toys and all-things-baby inevitably begin to accumulate,
and baby-fying the home to ensure safety becomes of increasing importance,
(all the while time for cleaning and de-cluttering conversely diminishes,)
I can't help but wonder how people attain beautiful, family-friendly homes?
Is it possible?
This feature at Lonny, makes me think so.
(That is, once I figure out how to balance time for breast-feeding, work, sleep, cooking, shopping etc...and get this spit-up out of my hair.)
Let's take a look at this so-called family-friendly, design dream, shall we?
(Note: Must purchase safe & chic, round-edged coffee table. STAT.)
What I'm gathering...
Pick a few beautiful objects to highlight. Then de-clutter, de-clutter, de-clutter.
Paint your walls with rich and fabulous colors and/or adorn with over-sized art.
Keep expensive things out of reach.
Still not sure I'm convinced,
but where there's a will, there's a way!
What are your thoughts? Is it possible to be stylish AND family-friendly?
Or am I doomed to trip over squeaky toys and bouncers for the next few years?
~images via Lonny~