kids room. Saturday , March 11th , 2017 - 06:36:12 AM
Every time you search for storage ideas for your child's playroom, do you come across images of ugly, multicolored plastic bins that never match the decor of your child's room? Well if yes, then you need to know that you are not the only parent in the world looking for attractive and functional ideas for playroom storage. And that there are options other than those plastic bins that you can use. The best way to decide on storage ideas is to first think about the space that you have and then think of storage. You will always manage to find a corner which cannot be functional in many ways but can be great for storage space. Then match this space to the playroom idea or theme and you could have the perfect area in your hands.
A combination of blue and green is another popular choice. Both these colors, being close to nature, have a calming effect and add the much-needed energy to the playroom. A creative idea is to paint the walls in green and the ceiling in blue. On the ceiling, you can paint a few white stars with the help of stencils as well as some scattered clouds.
Today, there are many accessories you can use today to make the ceilings look different. We have to think about the ceiling design not only from the infrastructure point of view but also the interior point of view, isn't it? You need accessories to make the ceilings look different and more attractive than they already are. Glowing artifacts are a common ceiling decoration accessory today. You can use stars, the moon, the solar system or glowing outlines of your child's favorite cartoon. These glowing artifacts don't only add a little light in the night, they also make the ceiling look like a piece of art.
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