kids room. Wednesday , November 23rd , 2016 - 23:36:11 PM
Reading Area: For the reading area, create a cozy corner with a big, cozy, antique armchair with gold trimmings. Accentuate the area with draping in a similar color or in the color of your son's favorite house from the series. Use the emblem of the house as a decorative piece for the walls. Have suspended lamps in the shape of candles to give an illusion of floating candles.
If your child's bedroom doubles up as his playroom as well, then you need to create storage area in such a manner that there is enough space for your child to play around. A great idea could be to get a loft bed made for your child with some height and to use the space underneath as a walk-in storage space to store his toys and books. If you are worried about your kid locking himself inside the storage space, then opt for childproof locks. If you have a lot of space around the bed, then you can also create a small sitting area outside the storage space to give it the look of a tiny house with a sitting area.
You can have a puppet theater or a doll house in one corner or anything else your daughter is interested in. You can keep on changing these, every few months, to keep up your little one's interest.
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