kids room. Wednesday , June 28th , 2017 - 03:36:11 AM
It seems only yesterday that my nine-year-old niece loved everything to do with Disney characters. In fact, her room was filled with Disney wall murals, bedspreads, and unlimited stuffed toys. Then, almost overnight, she suddenly decided that it was time to shed off the Mickey Mouse dcor for the "New Moon" dcor. That meant a lot of Edward and Bella pictures splashed all over the walls, beds, and even the comforter. While planning out the bedroom designs for tweens, it is essential that you understand that your kid now wants something that reflects his or her own personality, interests, and style. Here are some tweens bedroom design ideas to help you on your way to a perfect room makeover for your kid.
Writing Area: The space that your kid uses to sketch and draw in can have an antique table with pirate markings. You can also create a fake treasure map etched into the table for a more theme-based feel. Use barrels as the sitting space.
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.
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