The secret to the perfect kids' retreat: how to give your kids the space to let their personalities shine

Our principal psychologist Azza Brown, along with other professionals in the field of psychology and interior design was interviewed on the topic of 'kids retreat' and 'how to give them the space to them their personalities shine'. 

The article written by Renata Gorton discussed the differences in room set ups for toddlers, tweens and teens. 

Ms Brown was specifically asked about how to support tweens: "Research shows when you have a place that's just yours, it can help you develop your own thoughts and feelings, and you process them. A place of their own allows them to understand they are being given more trust and responsibility"

Some great ideas and advice are shared in this article for parents and caregivers wishing to redecorate their kids rooms!

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