kids room. Monday , December 19th , 2016 - 03:36:11 AM
Writing Desk: Try to include a multifunctional desk that will serve more than one purpose. While the prime purpose of the desk is to sit and write on it, it can consist of drawers where all the necessary stationery can be stored. Further, the bookshelf can be right above the study area for easy accessibility.
Avoid linoleum flooring, as it has a slick and hard surface, which can easily hurt children if they happen to trip and fall. Avoid any kind of flooring that is not skid-resistant, especially if you have toddlers who still have a wobbly gait. Remember to use flooring that is not only in harmony with the entire playroom design, but is also kid-friendly and reflects your child's personality. As your toddler grows up, you may want to change the flooring to suit his or her choice, by progressing to a more mature design that is both fun and contemporary.
Designs with Geometric Shapes: Colorful stripes, polka dots, and various other geometric shapes look great for any tween bedroom. Moreover, this trendy and fresh retro theme works better than a movie themed dcor, which might look quite boring once the craze has worn off. For bedroom wall designs, you can have a pink base with punchy orange polka dots or a mix of large red and white dots floating all over the space. You can either have them painted or just get wall dcor transfer stickers. In addition to this, there are a range of bright and colorful bedding sets and rugs with all types of geometric designs. Add a funky touch by getting some cool lamp clocks or polka dots wall clocks.
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