Child-Friendly Living Areas Let Little Ones Draw on the Walls

By: Meghan Young - Apr 30, 2016
References: compassatelier & contemporist
A family home can mean a lot of different things to different people; for one family, that meant incorporating a chalkboard wall in order to breed creativity and imagination. More than that, the chalkboard wall played on the common stereotype of children often getting caught drawing on walls. But instead of that being a bad thing that warranted a time out, this was a home that celebrated such initiatives.

The chalkboard wall was put in the main living area of the home. It was created by Compass Atelier. The interior design firm balanced this playful element with an overall stark and sophisticated aesthetic throughout the rest of the home. It also acts as a great conversation starter for guests. They get a front seat access to the art show.