A book for design-conscious individuals looking to create stylish and inclusive family homes curated by trendsetting MilK Magazine.Families create homes, and homes keep families together. Inspiring Family Homes will explore what it means to live and share the space with those closest to us from a design perspective. Inspiring Family Homes will take the reader around the world, opening the doors of all kinds of homes inhabited by all kinds of families. It will discover how to work around the challenges of sharing the space with kids, creating a place for gathering and growing, and being as adaptable and flexible as family life requires to be without giving up on the love for curated design.
Number of Pages: 256
Publication Date: 12 Aug 2021
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag
Publication City, Country: Berlin, Germany
Author BiographyMilk is the French editorial group responsible for Milk Magazine, a lifestyle family magazine, and Milk Decoration, an interiors magazine. Both are published quarterly in French and English, and Milk Magazine has also Korean and Japanese versions. Aside from their print publications, they're also very active in their online websites and have a big following on social media (see their two Instagram pages here and here).
Reviews"Stacked toys, colorful plastics, beds crammed with stuffed animals - does our home decor go down a notch when we have kids? These great ideas from the world's most inspiring homes with kids prove that it doesn't. (...) Is it possible to integrate such a fair into the home without lowering the level of decoration in modern family homes?
To find out, we looked for good ideas in the bible of stylish family homes, Inspiring Family Homes (Gestalten, 2021). As always, the publisher has put together a delicate and tastefully textured volume, this time, in collaboration with French family-focused design magazine MilK Magazine. They provide the beautiful photos that make us dream of a better world, one in which the needs and dreams of fathers, mothers and offspring coexist in harmony with much deco taste." -- ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST