kids room. Monday , June 19th , 2017 - 03:36:12 AM
The most important thing that has to be kept in mind while decorating the playroom is the child's safety. Everything right from the flooring to the furniture should be child-friendly. Before you start thinking of ideas for decorating playroom, do not forget to ask your child's opinion. Children usually have some creative ideas in their minds, which you can incorporate in your playroom-planning agenda. Here, we will take a look at decor ideas for both boys and girls.
As mentioned earlier, storage is extremely important in any playroom to keep toys, books, and art and craft items. In such a case, one mere unit cannot perform this function. You must make enough space for each of these, and come up with some creative and useful storage ideas for the playroom. Think of wall-mounted book racks instead of those kept on the floor. These will help open up the space in the room and provide more floor space. The open space can then be used to keep wicker baskets to store toys. However, ensure that the bookshelf isn't too high. Your child should easily access these books without any help. For toys, another idea is to try out seating arrangements with storage below. These will serve a dual function and keep the room tidy. For art and craft, try to incorporate a chest of drawers that are easily accessible. Avoid fancy knobs that can hurt children in the process of playing.
I would recommend that you first consider the nature of your child before embarking upon any new ventures for his/her room. Your tween would probably have the best solution for this. The decor has to be fun, giving a flow to his creativity. For somebody who loves sports, you can use some sports' equipment in a creative way. Hang a hoop if he/she loves basketball, or use a hockey stick as a curtain rod. If he/she is completely into music, you can plaster some cool posters on the walls or even reserve a special portion of the wall to display the guitar. If your child simply loves the sand and the surf, you can translate this into a theme, and use it as an innovative dcor option. Get a mural or better still, get stencils that your child can use, and display his/her own talent on a particular portion of the wall. It can have the palm trees, sandy beaches, and the cool, blue seas.
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