We're often accused of not giving kids enough love around these parts. So when I was talking with frequent Bungalux contributing editor ANDREA RAPKE recently and she mentioned she was collaborating with a client's daughter to design her bedroom, well, I found our article.
The result is today's Top Ten, a pretty cool list on how to collaborate with older kids - think pre-teen - on room design. I love Andrea's suggestions. Number one, of course, is take some input from the kids ... that sofa you saw on 1st Dibs may be perfect for your living room, but decorating age-appropriately is like dressing age-appropriately. You gotta do it, folks.
In other words, they'll grow into Karl Springer; for now, it's about chalkboards, sleep, and lots and lots of storage.