Lehua Kyllikki. kids room. April 27th , 2017.
To avoid making the basement playroom look like a dungeon, you will need to install an effective lighting system. Installing track lighting, recessed lighting, and big pendant lighting works well in a kids playroom. Since basements usually have a low ceiling, recessed lighting is a very good choice. Avoid floor lamps and table lamps as these can be easily toppled by smaller kids.
If you do not have floor space to lay out wicker baskets or cauldrons, use the space on your walls. Put up hooks and make giant tote bags into which you can dump your kid's toys. Ensure that these bags match the theme of the room, or if the room is devoid of a theme, then match the color of the room. You can also choose to make these tote bags on your own and get your kid to help you while decorating the bags.
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.
- Ain't this motif so very cute to paint your lil babe's room with? It's got pink and looks colorful and lively. Sure, baby doll won't mind a room like this.
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