kids room. Wednesday , February 22nd , 2017 - 22:36:11 PM
The extras mean all the things in the playroom that can't be divided solely into categories of furniture or toys. Keep two big boxes in the playroom where your child can store his/her toys. You can also ask your little one to decorate these boxes according to his/her choice. Always keep a wind chime for some beautiful sounds and some other objects that might appear fascinating but not harmful to your child.
I would recommend that you first consider the nature of your child before embarking upon any new ventures for his/her room. Your tween would probably have the best solution for this. The decor has to be fun, giving a flow to his creativity. For somebody who loves sports, you can use some sports' equipment in a creative way. Hang a hoop if he/she loves basketball, or use a hockey stick as a curtain rod. If he/she is completely into music, you can plaster some cool posters on the walls or even reserve a special portion of the wall to display the guitar. If your child simply loves the sand and the surf, you can translate this into a theme, and use it as an innovative dcor option. Get a mural or better still, get stencils that your child can use, and display his/her own talent on a particular portion of the wall. It can have the palm trees, sandy beaches, and the cool, blue seas.
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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