Sonja Mairenn. kids room. July 14th , 2017.
If your child's playroom has big windows with a lot of light streaming in, then you can use the space around the windows as space for storage. If you are good at woodworking, then you can create shelves yourself or get your neighborhood carpenter to make shelves for you. Keep those toys that are used most often on the lower shelves and keep things that your kids hardly use on the shelves that are higher up. Paint the wall on which the shelves are attached in colorful colors and extend these colors to the shelves as well. You can also match the theme that you are using to decorate the room.
- Ah! The fascination with animals, and things that are wild; don't you think this is a fantastic idea? A jungle-themed room would be apt, so when your baby starts to grow, he will be able to recognize the animals when you take him to the zoo for the first time.
A room makeover will create a fresh space, adding enthusiasm, and organization. Once the room is completely changed, get your boys into the habit of keeping the room neat and clean. It's important to teach kids the need for organization and disadvantages of cluttering up a space. Learning such skills in life at an early age, changes their perspective towards life (although in a small way) for better. A good room will always radiate charm and positivity, which will help your child in more ways than one.
The flooring should also be considered while thinking of playroom ideas. A skid proof flooring is preferred over those slippery floors. You can still make a compromise here to save money. Lay a carpet on the floor to avoid minor mishaps. The floor could be jazzed up with glow in the dark stickers, and I'm sure your kid will find it damn attractive. Hardwood flooring is also a cheaper option, and you can clean it easily either by mopping or with a vacuum cleaner. Many contemporary designs have evolved, where the floors of kids' playrooms are stained with multiple colors.
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