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Hello there little Chefs. Your aprons on? You ready to whisk, bake, fry and shake? Our kitchens have been designed to create an imaginative play space where toddlers can explore, develop and let their little minds run wild with ideas. The kitchens also provide a teaching space where parents and care givers can impart knowledge on food, measuring, methods of food preparation … all the while expanding the child’s understanding of a kitchen environment. Few things are as intriguing to a child as a kitchen … and few things are as delicious as the food that is prepared in them....

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Colour pallets that once made themselves loved in the seventies have now returned to children’s design with Rust being the current favourite - Mustard and Charcoal following closely behind. A space that uses a combination of these colours and brining in red and black is sure to make a bold statement provided the colours are used in balance and the space is styled with good proportions. When using big colours it is important to consider all elements of the space so as not to make the space overwhelming. Choose carefully when deciding what your primary colour will be and then...

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Pastel and neutral colours have always been a classic choice for children’s spaces. The gentleness of the colours immediately makes a room soft and peaceful while creating a feeling of calm and safety for children utilizing the space. Another advantage of using pastel colours is that space will not date quickly and more often than not the space can be curated to be gender neutral which is perfect in a home where there are brothers and sisters. Take inspiration from this classic gender neutral space that we created and read on to see how you can create it your self...

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