kids room. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 22:36:12 PM
When it comes to the furniture, it should be both functional and lend the space an excellent visual appeal. There should be enough storage for books, toys, art and craft items, jewelry, accessories, shoes and other things that your girl uses. Wall mounted book shelves, storage space below seating, storage beds, wicker baskets - there are numerous ways to add storage to the room, without encroaching on the space. Then there should be a separate reading space i.e. a desk and chair where your girl can read, write and do her homework.
An interesting idea is to paint some "games" on the wall and the floor. You can create a hopscotch game on one of the floor corners and a dartboard on the walls. The kids will love playing these in their spare time. Creating textures on the wall by using techniques like "sponging" will give it a unique look. You can consider painting some of the things that your child likes on the walls to make them interesting for him, such as airplanes, cars, butterflies, flowers, fairies, mountains, oceans, and the like.
You can have a puppet theater or a doll house in one corner or anything else your daughter is interested in. You can keep on changing these, every few months, to keep up your little one's interest.
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