As one half of one of the most famous sets of twins to grace a sitcom in the 90s (where are our fellow Sister, Sister lovers?), Tamera Mowry knows a thing or two about siblings. And now that she has little ones of her own, she’s teaching them how to share and share alike, starting with the Jack + Jill style layout of their
Hello friends! I am so excited to share my latest room reveal for my youngest little. With three boys, one is always coming into a stage while another is leaving a stage of growing up. When I had the first two, I was so on top of my design game. […]
Back when I started Little Crown Interiors, one of my very first clients was living in a traditional home in Beverly Hills but loved modern design. I worked with her to come up with a compromise for her son’s room. Then a few years later, she moved into a very modern home and called me asking for a very colorful
Blake is a five-year-old little boy who loves all things outdoors, LEGOs and motorcycles. This was such a great list to use as our inspiration for his room design because it includes so many cool interests that would work great together! […]
Over on our sister site Project Nursery, we suggest keeping the big kid room in mind when designing a nursery. For one, you’re creating a design you love, why not keep it for more than a couple years? Plus, let’s be honest, it’s a whole lot easier on the budget. With the right forethought, you can make a seamless transition from nursery
When Chase’s mom approached us to design a room for her five-year-old son, we couldn’t have been more excited! He is the only boy in the family, and he wanted a space he could call his own. His requests were simple—he loves skateboarding and surfing, and he just wanted a room that was cool. Well…we can work with that!