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See Tidy Books in kid’s interior design expo in Soho townhouse

Tidy Books has been selected by leading interior designers to showcase the latest trends in home design.  In an exciting pop up expo, Houzz, is taking over a five storey house in London’s Soho for a week-long, interior design installation.

The Houzz designers have created a beautiful family home from kitchen, home office and a kid’s bedroom, where Tidy Books’ iconic kid’s bookcase is featured. The installation, which is free to the public, will appeal to anyone who loves snooping around other people’s homes.

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Visit the Houzz of 2018 event at 19 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D4DT

Naturally I’m excited that international interior design platform Houzz has selected Tidy Books’ iconic kid’s bookcase to be part of the event Houzz of 2018. Everything I make is designed to be fun and enjoyable for children whilst creating a timeless classic design that can be passed down through the generations.

I made the first Tidy Books kid’s bookcase for my own daughter and went on to found the Tidy Books in 2004.   It’s fabulous to see my design in this smart Soho townhouse.

Parents today  are seeking out designs for their children which are stylish, but also practical and easy for kids to use.  As more of us choose open plan family living spaces, parents are looking for kid’s designs which work for the whole family.

The Tidy Books’ Children’s bookcase was a design first, created to encourage kids’ love of reading by enabling them to explore books by themselves.  It forever changed the concept of what a good children’s bookcase should do.

Touring the Soho home promises to be fascinating, with workshops and talks from interior designer and brands. You can even relax with a free coffee on the top floor!

The Houzz of 2018 event can be found at 19 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 4DT from 26th January until 31st January, and is open from 11am till 6pm. Will you be dropping by to see Tidy Books on tour?

You can find more information on the Houzz of 2018 site https://houzzof2018.com/

Gèraldine Grandidier

About Gèraldine Grandidier

Geraldine is Tidy Books’ founder, designer and CEO, as well as mum to Adele and Emile. She started Tidy Books in her violin workshop because she couldn’t find a good bookcase for her kids. Now her Tidy Books bookcases and storage designs are encouraging independence and a love of reading in kids all over the world.

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