But kids actually grow more mentaly with contrasting and bright colors. It may not be quite the thing Moma wants, but they are only little for so long.
I am not a fan of her persona, per se, but her decorating style ( de-cluttered, clean lines, focus on specific themed items that are collected) have revolutioned how magazines are done.
The photography is beautiful and it focuses on the item.
Her Kids Magazine I adore because the bedrooms are how kids rooms should be - soft colors in furniture that grows with a child. Not primary colors with retarded borders of stupid bears around or Barbie/Care Bears/Whatever. Nice clean, classic rooms that are not commercialized and a safe haven.