kids room. Thursday , January 26th , 2017 - 14:36:11 PM
Recreational Space: Here comes the table and some chairs where everyone can engage in creative activities, such as drawing, crafts, etc. Though not mandatory, it is a good choice if your child is used to having friends over for some fun time. It can also be a space where you can sit with him/her to help with any activity.
There's plenty you can do with the window in your kid's bedroom. You can use artwork to decorate the window to your child's bedroom. To do this, use stencils that come in various shapes. Not only this, you can also use shadows to bring in a new meaning to the room, begin by obstructing the entry of light by using a mild steel grill or a stained glass painting. This wall can also serve as a focal point because the shadows on the wall will change with the direction and intensity of the sunlight. Drapes can also be used, after ensuring that they are of appropriate height.
If your child's bedroom doubles up as his playroom as well, then you need to create storage area in such a manner that there is enough space for your child to play around. A great idea could be to get a loft bed made for your child with some height and to use the space underneath as a walk-in storage space to store his toys and books. If you are worried about your kid locking himself inside the storage space, then opt for childproof locks. If you have a lot of space around the bed, then you can also create a small sitting area outside the storage space to give it the look of a tiny house with a sitting area.
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