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The main ingredient for decorating an infant's room is imagination. Not only is imagination vital when it comes to inventing dream worlds, but essential to being able to make that effort to see through the child's eyes and conceive what we would like to have in our surroundings if we were his or her again.
To help parents with the task of decorating rooms according to age, this book has been divided into three large chapters that correspond to the main stages of growth.
|From 0 to 2 Years: Rooms for Babies: Discovering, Learning, Touching, Living, Sleeping, Waking Up||p. 10|
|From 3 to 11 Years: Rooms for Children: Growing, Playing, Painting, Inventing, Sharing, Laughing||p. 102|
|From 12 to 16 Years: Rooms for Adolescents: Maturing, Likes and Dislikes, Falling in Love, Personalizing, Studying||p. 192|
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Number Of Pages: 287
Published: 1st January 2004
Dimensions (cm): 23.495 x 16.510 x 23.5
Weight (kg): 0.79