Christabel Daniella. kids room. June 25th , 2017.
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 lot of craft work goes around the corner! Kids love making paper crafts and painting. In the process of doing so, they become oblivious where they are discarding the waste material. Thus, a bin is much-needed to throw the waste into. The bin should be kept near their working zone, so that it's easy for them to discard stuff. You should also empty the bin regularly so that they are not overloaded with thrash. Drawing materials like paint brushes, crayons, water colors, sketch pens and pencils, should be placed on a separate section in the rack, to avoid getting misplaced. This way you can add a more organized look to your kid's playroom.
Decorating ideas for a little girl's room can include stripes, graphics of cartoons, flowers or some fairy tale story. Painting a scenery, constellation or any other theme on the walls of the room can also be done to visually enhance the look of the room. If the room is for teens or preteens, then they can very well judge for themselves and take the right decisions. So, it's always better to let them participate in decorating their own rooms.
Since younger kids like to play on the ground with their toys, it is best to have the flooring carpeted. If you have hardwood floors or even cement floors, carpeting the basement is important as such floors are not kid-friendly. Do not try to cut cost by placing some small rugs instead of carpets. Kids might slip on rugs and can seriously injure themselves. A neutral-colored soft carpet, like an easy to maintain Berber carpet, works very well for a basement playroom.
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