Amala Eunice. kids room. July 01st , 2017.
These stars shine brightly during the first hour and continue to glow throughout the night. They are available in many varieties to match your kids' room decor. You can also have them in several colors. So, you can stick pink stars in your daughter's room and blue ones on your son's ceiling. Besides, you can also choose from several combinations of celestial objects such as stars, planets, phases of the moon, galaxies, star explosions, satellites etc. You can create an accurate impression of the night sky by positioning the stars and planets appropriately or you can just stick them around randomly. Stickers are less messy and take only minutes to stick on your ceiling. Plastic stars are also convenient to stick on the ceiling. You need not paint your ceiling dark or pitch black to bring out the effect of the glow in the dark stars. They shine brightly even against a white ceiling.
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.
Having a playroom in your house is a wonderful idea, especially if you have small children. Kids need a room for themselves to have fun and play games with their friends. Many parents try to convince their kids to use their bedroom as a playroom. But that seldom works out as bedrooms are often small and cannot accommodate toys, craft materials, and other playthings. Another problem is that furniture like the bed, wardrobe, and study table, hardly leaves space for the child and his friends to play. To avoid all these problems, it is best to demarcate a room that is specifically used for playing. If you have a playroom, you do not have to worry about your kids just slumping in front of the television or computer. But how do you find space for a playroom? A good idea would be to convert the basement of your home into a playroom. Even if you have a half finished basement it can be converted into a beautiful playroom for your kids.
Like I said earlier, lights fascinate me because even simple light pieces can transmute a simple room into one that provides ample right for your child to read and play. Use lights to add glamor, style and drama. Floor lamps are beautiful and can be placed near the play area. Add lights with dimmers so that you can dim the lights when your child falls asleep when you are reading to him/her. Lights come in all shapes, colors, materials and sizes, so you are sure to find one that complements your child's room.
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