When Perfect is Not the Goal
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Maxwell Ryan
Jul 23, 2008

This week at Ohdeedoh, we blogged an article in The New York Times that featured the home of Pamela Bell, who enlisted her children to help design their home, having them do everything from picking the paint colors to decorating a John Derian sofa with fabric markers.

We've rounded up some other hot posts from Ohdeedoh below the jump, including a cool treehouse-style bed, the search for the perfect mop, a visit to the Unica Home website, and a tour of a nursery that relies almost solely on heirloom and thrift scores.

We love designer (and mom) Amanda Moore and her amazing custom wall treatments. Moore takes wall design to a new level at place, an offshoot of her interior design firm place.

We toured Makena's room, which is a testament to the fact that vintage doesn't just look sweet in kids' rooms, it's also highly functional.

On our first visit to the Unica Home web site, we were so into our browser window shopping, we hadn't noticed that 40 minutes had passed. Enter at your own risk!

A hat tip to Ohdeedoh reader Emmanuel, who spotted some nifty recent changes to Argington's Fundy table.

Sure, it's crazy expensive and you'd constantly be reminding your kids that they're not Tarzan and therefore are not to swing from the top of it, but we still have big leafy love for the Lit Cabane from Anders Paris.

On a more practical note, we're on the search for the perfect daily microfiber mop for our hardwood floors. Right now we're eyeing this mop from MysticMaid. Any tips?

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