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In the bed­rooms, liv­ing ar­eas and out­door spa­ces, Riza has added desks and tables where any­one in the fam­ily can sit and draw or write. In Myla’s room (above), a vin­tage desk is part­nered with a sim­ple stool. In Sam’s room (be­low), the desk is from Of­fice­works. A Chi­nese writ­ing desk po­si­tioned in the liv­ing area was pur­chased in Hanoi. “I also send my older kids out to the front porch when they need quiet space for home­work,” Riza says. “Myla is cre­ative, and she likes to sit there when she sketches.”

Shelves above the bed make the most of avail­able wall space. Girl stuff

Myla’s room is sim­ple and pretty. Riza’s mum made the cro­cheted bed­spread years ago.

Let­ters, prints and plates make a eclec­tic gallery wall.

For a sim­i­lar pink vel­vet bed­head, try Brosa.

Sam’s bed­li­nen and cur­tains are from Ikea.

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