Henny Meena. kids room. February 05th , 2017.
Towels on the floor, wet floor, and innumerable clothes on every flat surface. Tell me about it! Boys and bathroom don't really gel. Hence, keep the bathroom as simple as possible. Again, make a separate space for every item in the bathroom. For instance, soap cakes remain wet until they are used again. So see to it that all the toiletries are kept slightly away from the shower area. Keep a mop in the bathroom, so that you can draw out the water and keep it dry.
- Ah! The fascination with animals, and things that are wild; don't you think this is a fantastic idea? A jungle-themed room would be apt, so when your baby starts to grow, he will be able to recognize the animals when you take him to the zoo for the first time.
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.
Your dainty daughter may prefer a special area to display her stuffed animals and dolls. An easy access to these items would also help the room to remain neat and tidy at all times. Pretty lacy curtains and a display area for her favorite dress or bonnet can do the trick. The bottom line is to converse with your tween and find the best possible option.
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