Silva Vinh. kids room. June 02nd , 2017.
Co-sleeping refers to the practice of sharing the bed with your baby while sleeping. Though this practice was widespread till the last century, it is now controversial in the western culture. A lot of parents and medical professionals are not comfortable with the idea of co-sleeping, but this concept is slowly changing. Here are a few essentials to ensure child safety, in case you have opted for co-sleeping with your baby.
Usually, the one thing which guys really fuss about more than the painting and the furniture, is the accessories in the room. Never mind the painting, but the accessories have got to be just right. Kids always have this feeling that the room should give an idea of what its inhabitant is like. So, a guy's room, in particular, can be decorated with the wallpapers of his favorite sports star, or car, or bike, or celebrity. What kind of music does your boy like? Does he support any sports team? Apart from wallpapers of his favorite players, you can also get the badges of his favorite team. You also get sports memorabilia, like a basketball, made by his favorite NBA team. So, if you're going for a basketball-themed bedroom, you can go for the full deal, the colors of his favorite team painted on the wall, the wallpapers and the furniture which will go with it.
Comfort and safety are the two essential factors for kids' bedrooms. The problem looms large when there is a space constraint causing a clutter of objects in the room. The storage should then be planned in such a manner that it stores maximum while occupying minimum space.
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.
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