Two Homes for Stylish Young Families

Two Homes for Stylish Young Families

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Bringing a child into your life is probably the biggest decision anyone could make. But that doesnt mean that it has to dictate where you live and how you decorate. These two urban chic homes are set up to accommodate the tastes of the parents as well as the needs of a new child. With industrial elements such as concrete walls and reclaimed wood coffee tables, these homes are definitely trendy. But nestled inside their hip walls are also colorful, whimsical rooms perfectly suited - and perfectly safe - for a child. Have a look.

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  • Designer: Zooi Design
The first home comes from the team at Zooi Design and uses many standard loft elements for its interior, starting with concrete walls. To jazz up the large blank space in the kitchen, the designer has included a stylized painting of a fluffy cat. The abstract nature is definitively artsy while its actual subject matter gives a nod to childlike wonder. Other elements in the main living room, from vaulted ceilings and minimalist furniture certainly give the home a grown up vibe.

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The kids room does not play perfectly with the industrial theme, but certainly looks welcoming for child. Color and light are always popular while a small wall-mounted desk and a subtle nautical theme give it a playful tone without feel too cutesy and precious.

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  • Architect: he.D creative group
The second home is a bit larger and is more of a traditional apartment than an industrial loft, although it still uses concrete and metal styling. The wide open living room includes a deep cushy couch perfect for many friends as well as a spacious breakfast bar and formal dining area. The natural wood tones with their warm grains dominate the design and play well with cozy metallic neutrals.

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Here, the child’s room is warm with white and oatmeal colors working in the same color story as the main living area. A tufted headboard is fit for a princess while friendly panda wall decals ensure no one in this room is growing up too fast.

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Fancy the industrial look? Bring it to your own home with these industrial style furniture, accessories and lighting.

Watch the video: One roof, three homes: America catches on to multigenerational living. How We Live Now (August 2022).