Design in Depth: Kid Appeal

By Stacy Kunstel

There’s a new showroom in the Lillian August flagship store in Norwalk, Connecticut.

The design mega-store, besides adding new areas by Waterworks and a to-the-trade-only fabric room and Edelman leather section, now has a styled-to-the-hilt children’s furnishings area featuring the made in the USA line ducduc.

Here’s a room fit for a glam princess.

Photos courtesy of Stacy Kunstel

At Lillian August it’s just not a matter of choosing some furniture and plopping it down on the floor for people to browse. The vignettes are part of a concept, a fantasy and an idea-driven marketing tool pulled together by designer and vice president of stores and marketing Skye Westcott.

Here’s a room for the bohemian tween.

The new section of the store takes designing parents from an ultra-cool baby crib


to growing boy

to style-conscious teen.

After deciding on such stylist fittings for the kids, you’ll of course need to visit the rest of the store to upgrade your own spaces.

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