kids room. Saturday , November 12th , 2016 - 22:36:11 PM
There's plenty you can do with the window in your kid's bedroom. You can use artwork to decorate the window to your child's bedroom. To do this, use stencils that come in various shapes. Not only this, you can also use shadows to bring in a new meaning to the room, begin by obstructing the entry of light by using a mild steel grill or a stained glass painting. This wall can also serve as a focal point because the shadows on the wall will change with the direction and intensity of the sunlight. Drapes can also be used, after ensuring that they are of appropriate height.
Planning for the storage arrangement in kids' bedrooms may sometimes prove to be a challenging task. Furniture should include the basics such as closets, shelves, and racks. Safety is obviously the main concern. First, you need to think about the items that will be used on a daily basis. Toys are the first and foremost things. Besides, there are certain garments that may be required for frequent changing. Shelves would help you to manage these items and keep them back without much hassle. They can hold all the toys and other items required daily. These shelves should be placed at a height that is not reachable to children.
Safety should be the first thing to consider when selecting the flooring for your child's bedroom, keeping this in mind select flooring that is not slippery, devoid of friction and made of fine materials that are allergy-proof. Two ideal options are wood flooring and carpets. Select these materials after talking to friends who have already done up their kid's bedroom or visiting websites.
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