kids room. Monday , May 15th , 2017 - 00:36:11 AM
The point to consider and remember is that it is necessary to decorate the room in a way which your teen will like for at least 3 years. Children grow up quickly and if he starts to dislike it after 3 months of the painting, the whole effort will go down the drain. Hence, make sure that the room stays in sync with your boy's likes.
Avoid linoleum flooring, as it has a slick and hard surface, which can easily hurt children if they happen to trip and fall. Avoid any kind of flooring that is not skid-resistant, especially if you have toddlers who still have a wobbly gait. Remember to use flooring that is not only in harmony with the entire playroom design, but is also kid-friendly and reflects your child's personality. As your toddler grows up, you may want to change the flooring to suit his or her choice, by progressing to a more mature design that is both fun and contemporary.
Solids: If you want to keep the baby room simple, solid is a good idea. This way, you can work around the furniture and accessories, and use prints there.
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