Lehua Kyllikki. kids room. December 04th , 2016.
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.
While you can easily opt to buy storage units from furniture marts for your child's playroom, it may be a good idea to first look around the space that you have in the room to check if there are modifications that can be made to create storage space. It is important that you use all the space in your room effectively, ensuring that there is enough area in the room for your kid to play around without unnecessary clutter. It is also important to explain to your child to store their toys according to size so that they do not take up unnecessary space. Given below are some ideas that you can use for your kid's room.
Alternatively, you can make your own glow in the dark stars using paper and some fluorescent paint. This is a special type of paint that glows in the dark. Cut out the shapes of stars and planets, and paint them using this special paint. Although the job is tedious and messy, the end result will always leave you satisfied. Ultra green is the most popular fluorescent paint as it shines the brightest compared to the other colors. Ultra blue can be your next best option. However, glow in the dark paints do not come cheap, hence a DIY job can prove to be quite an expensive affair.
A combination of blue and green is another popular choice. Both these colors, being close to nature, have a calming effect and add the much-needed energy to the playroom. A creative idea is to paint the walls in green and the ceiling in blue. On the ceiling, you can paint a few white stars with the help of stencils as well as some scattered clouds.
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