kids room. Saturday , March 11th , 2017 - 19:36:11 PM
Most teens by this stage are heavily influenced by Hollywood, and tend to grow out of it as time flies by! You can get Hollywood straight into the room with movie posters , props and movie memorabilia. Add lots of shimmer, sequins, glitz, and glamor to make this room befit a Hollywood star. Though a little lavish to some, you can even have cinema-style seating and decorate the furniture with some jewels.
There are many stores that have floor bins in vivid, attractive colors to make stacking toys and objects, an easy and enjoyable task even for children. Those that are not used frequently can be stored away in the loft. When not in use, these bins can be stacked upon each other.
If you do not have floor space to lay out wicker baskets or cauldrons, use the space on your walls. Put up hooks and make giant tote bags into which you can dump your kid's toys. Ensure that these bags match the theme of the room, or if the room is devoid of a theme, then match the color of the room. You can also choose to make these tote bags on your own and get your kid to help you while decorating the bags.
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