kids room. Thursday , March 30th , 2017 - 23:36:11 PM
If you are not used to co-sleeping with your baby, it will be some time before you can adjust to a squirming, kicking, and crying infant sharing your bed.
Every little boy has a racer inside of him, and if your son is also a racing maniac who spends his days playing NFS and other such games, then create a playroom in this theme. Incorporate racing car stickers into your design. Use car wall borders and racing tracks on the walls. Colors like red, yellow, and blue are all integral to the racing world, and use them in your decorating. Now let us take a look at the furniture and accessories that you can design for such a room.
You can choose from a variety of topics that need to be visually soothing and pleasing to the eye for your little one. Cartoon characters, like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Bugs Bunny, and Winnie the Pooh are some of the most popular ones that can adorn the walls or even the bedding. Another option would be to go in for fantasy themes. Pretty pink fairies or Aladdin in the magical world will add to the charm to the room. Have an aquatic theme to bring in some cool blues and refreshing greens. Use cute ocean animals, sea theme murals, theme bedding, and unique bed canopies to turn your room into an aquarium. Coordinate with matching wall hangings, toys, and wallpapers. Varied shapes of flowers and floral patterns can also be used. The space can be transformed into myriad hues of realistic, graphical, or cartoon-style floral designs. If all this is way too fussy for you, then you can plan it in such a way, which will only require few modifications once your child starts growing up.
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