Thursday, 19 March 2015

Children's Rooms Design And Decorating Ideas

These beautiful kids’ bedrooms are both playful and comfortable, spaces where being sent to your room is more of a reward than a punishment. Start your decorating with a stylish color palette, add smart furnishings, and you have bedrooms for young boys and girls that will easily transition to more grown-up spaces when needed.                                                            

Decorating a kids room practically doesn’t cost a fortune, however you still need to take care of all the details because children grow up and they would prefer their own space in their room. There are a plethora of upholstery, kids bedrooms-friendly furniture, a Variety of colourful themes, bedding, lighting, rugs, wardrobe and even en-suite bathrooms fixtures that are accessible in the market, so nowadays choosing kids’ home decor isn’t a hectic task.      

  • Help your kids stay organized, keep things at their height. Closet storage, benches and coat racks will all be used more often if kids can get to them easily.
  • Try creating a continuous art center by using wainscoting in a room and painting the wall below with chalkboard paint. You can get chalkboard paint in the color of your choice. Simply paint up to a chair rail or install your own and paint below.
  • Most craft and hobby stores sell an additive to paint that allows it to glow in the dark. Try painting stars and a moon on your child's ceiling or a cityscape around the edge of the room. This will get them excited about turning out the lights at night.
  • Removable wall transfers are becoming increasingly affordable and the range of patterns and styles grows every day. Call them temporary wall tattoos and let your kid have fun decorating their room in a way you know you won't have to fix later.
  • Kids are collectors, so make collecting easy. Pictures and postcards don't always have to be stuck to a corkboard. Try hanging them from strings in front of a window or clipping them to a string along the wall to create an interactive border in a room.

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