kids room. Tuesday , June 13th , 2017 - 18:36:12 PM
With some good designs and smart choice in room colors and furniture, a basement can become a functional playroom for your kids.
Your dainty daughter may prefer a special area to display her stuffed animals and dolls. An easy access to these items would also help the room to remain neat and tidy at all times. Pretty lacy curtains and a display area for her favorite dress or bonnet can do the trick. The bottom line is to converse with your tween and find the best possible option.
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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