kids room. Monday , February 20th , 2017 - 20:36:11 PM
Keeping these design elements in mind, make sure you have plenty of storage space, closets, and a study space for your tween. In fact, while choosing bedroom design, let your nine-year-old have a say in it. This will make you happy with the results and allow your tween to put a little bit of "himself/herself" in the room.
In order to counter this, add a number of bright colored accessories to the room. Toys, furniture, curtains, rugs - get all such elements in vibrant colors like blue, red, orange, and yellow. The contrast of these bright things in the backdrop of white will create a very beautiful effect.
Planning for the storage arrangement in kids' bedrooms may sometimes prove to be a challenging task. Furniture should include the basics such as closets, shelves, and racks. Safety is obviously the main concern. First, you need to think about the items that will be used on a daily basis. Toys are the first and foremost things. Besides, there are certain garments that may be required for frequent changing. Shelves would help you to manage these items and keep them back without much hassle. They can hold all the toys and other items required daily. These shelves should be placed at a height that is not reachable to children.
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