Lehua Kyllikki. kids room. December 04th , 2016.
Writing Desk: Try to include a multifunctional desk that will serve more than one purpose. While the prime purpose of the desk is to sit and write on it, it can consist of drawers where all the necessary stationery can be stored. Further, the bookshelf can be right above the study area for easy accessibility.
Paint the walls of the room in some interesting colors and designs. Pink, peach, light blue, white and all pastel shades, that look good in a girl's playroom. You can also ask your little one which is her favorite color and paint the room in exactly that color. When it comes to designs, be as innovative as you can. You can paint clouds, stars and moon on the roof, to give the room a dreamy effect. Or you can paint a tower on one of the walls to make your little missy feel like a princess. If your little girl is fond of something, say ice creams, you can even include such things in a creative manner in the wall designs! Geometrical designs, polka dots, horizontal and vertical stripes, you can paint any of these and create an accent wall in the playroom.
- What's more befitting for angels than small, fluffy, white tufts of clouds. You can alternatively paint the ceiling with clouds, thus giving an open ceiling feel.
Use Bold Colors: Do not shy away from using bold colors in your tween's room. Just because your kid is grown up, his or her space does not have to look all drab and boring. In fact, bright colors add a freshness and warmth to the room. It is perfectly fine to opt for the sassy pinks and the bright blues while decorating your kid's room.
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