kids room. Monday , March 13th , 2017 - 11:36:11 AM
Kids' bedroom dcor have gone beyond just the plain obvious. Keep the budget in mind before you plan your theme. Safety should be the prime concern when it comes to dealing with tiny tots. Be creative and watch the smile unfold on his/her lips.
I am sure that all of us have always associated pink with girls and blue with boys, because of this, kids bedrooms have always been either of the colors. Well! Times have changed and now the addition of bright colors like yellow, red and green have entered the children's bedroom. When selecting the color, ensure that they are water-based because that would make cleaning easier. I hear you say...can I use wallpaper? Yes, it is possible to combine the two in the same room to create some magic of your own! There is another option too, which includes using faux finish plaster or using tiles cladding in square and rectangular shapes.
If you don't want to make the entire process of buying very expensive, you can convert it into an art project by asking your little one to help decorate the furniture and the room. For instance, you could paint the book rack in a bright color. Add motifs, such as butterflies or sports equipment to the chest of drawers, and include color in terms of a brightly colored bean bag. Don't go overboard with color, as it can get disturbing after a point. Simply allow it to be a space where your child can be himself/herself. You can't go wrong with these ideas then. We hope these playroom furniture ideas help you in making the perfect room for your little bundle of joy.
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