Rashmi Jameela. kids room. May 12th , 2017.
- Flowers are good no matter how big or small they are. They make the wall look good, and give the room a bright appearance.
You can choose from a variety of topics that need to be visually soothing and pleasing to the eye for your little one. Cartoon characters, like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Bugs Bunny, and Winnie the Pooh are some of the most popular ones that can adorn the walls or even the bedding. Another option would be to go in for fantasy themes. Pretty pink fairies or Aladdin in the magical world will add to the charm to the room. Have an aquatic theme to bring in some cool blues and refreshing greens. Use cute ocean animals, sea theme murals, theme bedding, and unique bed canopies to turn your room into an aquarium. Coordinate with matching wall hangings, toys, and wallpapers. Varied shapes of flowers and floral patterns can also be used. The space can be transformed into myriad hues of realistic, graphical, or cartoon-style floral designs. If all this is way too fussy for you, then you can plan it in such a way, which will only require few modifications once your child starts growing up.
Keep as many toys as possible in the playroom just choose them properly. If you want to know how to decorate a playroom aptly, this one point is very important. Don't keep toys that are repetitive, and don't keep toys that require parental supervision. There should be sufficient toys to keep the child busy, but not so many as to crowd the room. Also include a few toys that would help in the education and growth of the child.
Reading Area: For the reading area, create a cozy corner with a big, cozy, antique armchair with gold trimmings. Accentuate the area with draping in a similar color or in the color of your son's favorite house from the series. Use the emblem of the house as a decorative piece for the walls. Have suspended lamps in the shape of candles to give an illusion of floating candles.
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