kids room. Monday , February 20th , 2017 - 20:36:11 PM
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.
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.
That's about some of the ideas I had to share with you. You can choose one from these or get inspired to create your own.
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