Chelsea; A sleek design in a natural finishScandinavian Kids, New York
photography by Juan Lopez Gil
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Set a few rules. There will be arguments, but to keep them to a minimum, establish ground rules. To help your kids learn to respect each other’s possessions, for example, teach them to ask before using anything that doesn’t belong to them. To teach them that each has a right to privacy sometimes, ask them to always knock before entering if the door is closed. If you get the kids involved in creating the laws of the room, they may be more likely to adhere to them.