While they are protected from the rigours of daily life, children’s imagination and creativity remain unspoiled. However as they grow older, they begin to lose these innate gifts. Philosophers, scientists, and artists, like Piaget, Einstein, and Picasso claim that we need to think like children to create truly meaningful experiences. Psychologist and philosopher Jean Piaget tells us that “If you want to be creative, stay in part a child, with the creativity and invention that characterizes children before they are deformed by adult society”. Grown-ups should rethink the ‘mature’ perspectives they have when dealing with daily tasks. ‘What If?’ is a line of housewares that weaves intuitive yet poetic interactions into everyday materials, and helps adults spark their child moment.