Low-Key Family Space

Low-Key Family Space

Janie Lee
Jul 26, 2011

Mill Valley contemporary kids
For those of you fighting hard to keep your playroom or play area from looking like daycare, feast your eyes on this room. We're calling it a low-key family space.

It's most definitely a home with young children and their needs are front and center, but not at the expense of the parents' tastes. The vintage table (perhaps cut down) mixed with the modern children's chairs placed in front of the fireplace is perfection. We can't help but to imagine the parents having tea on a sofa nearby while the young children draw and do homework. Everyone together.

This inspiring room is the work of interior designer Tineke Triggs. If you like this, you can check out more of her work on her site or over at her gallery at Houzz.

(Image: Tineke Trigg via Houzz)

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