American Kitsch: Boys Study

Creating a boys room that can last beyond the years of dinosaurs and make believe can be a challenge. This was the inspiration behind our boys study collection, to create a room that brings together the sophistication, style and retro flair of a men’s study. Think leather seating, dark rooms filled with books, vintage details and warm tones. With a sophisticated palette and attention to detail, this collection is here to stay.

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By Sarah Culbertson  

Once upon a time a fashion plate from Seattle met a childrens retailer from Chicago, and it was love at first sight.  After spending a lot of time together at the mall, they both knew it was a perfect match. So Sarah packed up her fabulous Kate Spade suitcase and headed for the Windy City. Where they lived happily ever after, designing and developing textiles for little kiddos everywhere.

  • Lindsey

    I agree it is so hard to design a boy room that can last for years! For my 2-year-old son, we are doing an around the world theme with an old classroom pull-down map, globe, old luggage as a night stand, etc. I want him to be able to grown into it and if he has to share a room with a future sister, it would work, too.