kids room. Friday , February 10th , 2017 - 12:36:12 PM
If you do not have floor space to lay out wicker baskets or cauldrons, use the space on your walls. Put up hooks and make giant tote bags into which you can dump your kid's toys. Ensure that these bags match the theme of the room, or if the room is devoid of a theme, then match the color of the room. You can also choose to make these tote bags on your own and get your kid to help you while decorating the bags.
Take heed parents, your child wants to learn and soon you will find him putting his imagination into the inanimate walls. So it would be wise if you actually help him with a good start. Children always give signs of their preferences, you better start paying close attention (at times even before their birth). After all, it is going to be their room where they are going to spend most of their time playing in. Here are some ideas you can give a thought to and perhaps your baby might like them...
Glow in the dark stars are the perfect way to create the magic of an 'enchanted ceiling' similar to that in Harry Potter movies. These little things allow you to imitate the night sky in your very own bedroom. These stars are hugely popular amongst kids. They also make for great presents for kids and adults alike. These are either in the form of stickers or plastic items which are to be stuck to the ceiling. When you turn off the lights, the stars, planets and other heavenly bodies glow. Certain chemicals like zinc sulfide and strontium aluminate are added to the plastic while making these objects. These chemicals are responsible for rendering their characteristic property of glowing in low-light conditions.
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