Christabel Daniella. kids room. March 03rd , 2017.
Animals are a surefire way to thrill those young kids. This decorating idea can also work great for a nursery. The animal decor can range from realistic artwork and wall murals of animals to depictions of cute cartoon animals. In addition to the range of animals, you can add vines, trees, and other leafy foliage into the picture. If you do not want to paint the walls, you can go for animal portraits, canvas prints, and wall hangings to decorate your son's room. For the other aspects of dcor and accessories, you can choose safari bedding and quilts with colorful appliqus of animals, safari toy chests, and a cute little animal chair table set. A wonderful jungle tales lamp shade and an animal cutout rug can complete the dcor for your boy's room.
If you are really falling short of space, you can choose small closets to store stuff and place these beside windows. These automatically can be used as window seats where kids can sit and do some activity like reading a book.
Covering the baby with heavy blankets can lead to overheating. Use lightweight, fleece blankets or soft sheets, which are enough to keep the baby warm and cozy.
Another option is using area rugs on wooden floors. Use rugs which blend in well with the playroom decor and furnishing, or use ones that have brightly painted scenes on them to give the room a cheerful look. Being in a playroom, they can get soiled very easily. Use ones that are easy to wash (steam cleaning is a safer option) or cheap enough that they can be thrown out and replaced with new ones. You can also use nonslip and washable rugs. Rugs and floor mats can also be used in places to cover up prominently stained areas. You can probably divide the room in separate zones for different activities - like having a part of the room free of any carpets, and the other half lined up with rugs. The uncovered part can be used for craft and modeling activities and even having snacks, which are more likely to cause spills and stains. If you want to keep the floor from getting stained, cover it with butcher paper. Affix the paper to the floor using masking tape, and you need not worry about the budding artists at home spoiling the floor. You can replace the butcher paper as and when required. The carpeted area can be used for reading, playing with building blocks, etc.
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