For Brooklyn-based couple Aaron Limoges and Amy Frances Fraher, bringing baby Grey into the world meant making room to grow (and play and eat and rest, too).
On solving new puzzles
“As much as possible, we try to eat together at the table. During quarantine it has kind of been taken over by a series of puzzles which, while fun, has been a little tricky at mealtimes. Take a bite, place a piece.”
On making big moves
“Before Grey was born, we completely rearranged our home. We turned the living room into a larger bedroom with a studio apartment feel – it’s really become our home’s focal point. We’ve had to establish all new patterns to work around the baby’s schedule. It sounds a bit hectic, but in practice it ends up kind of like the organized chaos of a modern dance.”
“We couldn’t have imagined having a child anywhere other than the welcoming and loving home that we designed.” — Aaron Limoges
“Space is limited, so any incoming furniture or toys are very conscious decisions – not only because of the constraints of the apartment, but also because we’re trying to adhere to a more minimalistic mindset.”