His basic premise is that parents who dress their children as mini versions of themselves and who outfit their children's surroundings with mid-c-inspired furniture are doing their little ones a disservice. He asks:
But what kid wants a bedroom to be a showcase for mini-Mies masterpieces? And by force-feeding children good taste, instead of allowing their My Little Pony moments of vulgarity, are parents starving them of self-expression?
Read the full article here and tell us what you think. Do you agree that children can't appreciate a modern room and playthings and that they gravitate towards the garrish? If so, then is creating a modern nursery an exercise in selfishness on the part of parents?