kids room. Monday , November 21st , 2016 - 13:36:12 PM
Alternatively, you can make your own glow in the dark stars using paper and some fluorescent paint. This is a special type of paint that glows in the dark. Cut out the shapes of stars and planets, and paint them using this special paint. Although the job is tedious and messy, the end result will always leave you satisfied. Ultra green is the most popular fluorescent paint as it shines the brightest compared to the other colors. Ultra blue can be your next best option. However, glow in the dark paints do not come cheap, hence a DIY job can prove to be quite an expensive affair.
It is advisable that you experiment with the playroom furniture ideas as this one room has to look its very best. Make sure the furniture does not have sharp edges that might hurt, and are of a height that is comfortable for your child. The furniture has to be kept to a minimum providing more open space so the children can make use of this space in any way they want. Too much of furniture would clutter the room and eventually there would be no place to play.
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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