Yehudit Laine. kids room. March 30th , 2017.
Retro Designs: A retro flower power tween room can spice up any dull and drab space. Murals done up in the 70s style with splashy, large orange flowers on a brown background, wild abstract geometric shapes, and neon paisleys work great for a tween girl's room. Choose a bedding in hot pinks and purples, chartreuse, orange, and yellow. For adding more pizzazz to the room add, flower-shaped carpets and wall stickers to create the perfect retro look.
Using shades of brown and green, you can create a jungle-like effect in the playroom. So paint leaves, trees, vines and shrubs to create a forest in the playroom. To make the walls appear a bit bright, add some animals and bird wall decals.
Reading Area: For the reading area, create a cozy corner with a big, cozy, antique armchair with gold trimmings. Accentuate the area with draping in a similar color or in the color of your son's favorite house from the series. Use the emblem of the house as a decorative piece for the walls. Have suspended lamps in the shape of candles to give an illusion of floating candles.
If your child's playroom has big windows with a lot of light streaming in, then you can use the space around the windows as space for storage. If you are good at woodworking, then you can create shelves yourself or get your neighborhood carpenter to make shelves for you. Keep those toys that are used most often on the lower shelves and keep things that your kids hardly use on the shelves that are higher up. Paint the wall on which the shelves are attached in colorful colors and extend these colors to the shelves as well. You can also match the theme that you are using to decorate the room.
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