Kids Interior + Development

Modern Fort Design Co.

We’ve Rebranded!

The evolution of Modern Fort has begun. From kids apparel to kids interior spaces, we at Modern Fort continue to have one goal: to foster positive social interactions within our communities; and to do that, we need to start in our home.

We're a different kind of interior design company. We believe that the environment shapes our behaviours. How we act, behave, process, learn, and develop has a direct link to our environment. It's science. So as we focus on the individual family system and how a child develops, we can create and design a functional space that promotes a positive parent-child dyad. The design of a room - a child's play space if you will - is imperative for his/her development. The objective is to create an enriching space for children without compromising the style of the parents. It's a tricky task but very doable.

The values of Modern Fort remains the same. We care for the individual. We care for the family. We care for the community. We are a people business and that will always remain a priority. Our individualized designs are based specifically on the family's needs. We work to help improve the environment where you spend most of your time with your child(ren). Functional designs are vital to the growth and development of a family - mentally, socially, emotionally, and we are determined to help strengthen that.

Follow along through our blog series to know a little bit more of just what we do.

To book a free consult, contact us today.

Contact
E-mail:
hello@modernfort.com

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Mama Diaries
#RAWmotherhood: Andrea Firmani
May 14 2018 2 Comments 5

#RAWmotherhood: Andrea Firmani

(Photo By Angela Baron Photographer) The first person to ever ask me if I had ever had any issue with post partum depression or anxiety was my hairdresser. It’s seems kind of unbelievable really, especially considering she...

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#RAWmotherhood: Samantha Lenz
May 14 2018 0 Comments 0

#RAWmotherhood: Samantha Lenz

(Photo By Angela Baron Photographer) You can’t tell when a mother has postpartum depression, anxiety, OCD or PTSD just by simply looking at her. People assume it should be fairly obvious, except it isn’t. We get pretty...

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#RAWmotherhood: Jessica Birak
May 14 2018 0 Comments 0

#RAWmotherhood: Jessica Birak

(Photo By Angela Baron Photographer) Postpartum. Even the word in itself feels dark and scary for me. Before I had children, I assumed that I would easily and seamlessly transition into motherhood, and that it would feel like...

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#RAWmotherhood: Heydy Lopez
May 11 2018 0 Comments 0

#RAWmotherhood: Heydy Lopez

(Photo By Julie Christine Photography) Never in a million years that I would come face to face with postpartum depression. You would think that my first pregnancy, as a Teen Mom, would trigger some sort of depression or...