kids room. Thursday , April 27th , 2017 - 21:36:12 PM
Retro Designs: A retro flower power tween room can spice up any dull and drab space. Murals done up in the 70s style with splashy, large orange flowers on a brown background, wild abstract geometric shapes, and neon paisleys work great for a tween girl's room. Choose a bedding in hot pinks and purples, chartreuse, orange, and yellow. For adding more pizzazz to the room add, flower-shaped carpets and wall stickers to create the perfect retro look.
Designing a kids' room is a task, isn't it? They strongly like and dislike certain things. The room should be as creatively done as possible. Children get bored very easily if they don't find something that might amuse them and like adults, they don't know how to make do with certain things. For this reason, it's very important you go through each of the following points in detail and make sure you ask your child whether he likes what you've decided would be the ceiling of his room.
If you want to really put in your best while decorating this playroom for your child, decorate it according to a particular theme so that your child turns euphoric with joy. This might take some time to complete, but imagine how happy your little one would be. If he/she doesn't have a particular theme in mind, you can choose from famous themes such as Lion king, Jungle Book, or any Disney characters .
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