A room designed for an infant is bound to reflect Mom’s tastes more than the child’s. But as a baby grows into a toddler and develops his own interests, it’s time to treat him to a room he can call his own. By choosing a broad theme that leaves room for i
Jean Allsopp; Stylist: Molly Clark
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Growing Up

A room designed for an infant is bound to reflect Mom’s tastes more than the child’s. But as a baby grows into a toddler and develops his own interests, it’s time to treat him to a room he can call his own. By choosing a broad theme that leaves room for imagination rather than a single idea like trucks or dinosaurs, this makeover satisfies both mother and child. Even Daddy likes it.









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