kids room. Tuesday , April 11th , 2017 - 21:36:11 PM
Like I said earlier, lights fascinate me because even simple light pieces can transmute a simple room into one that provides ample right for your child to read and play. Use lights to add glamor, style and drama. Floor lamps are beautiful and can be placed near the play area. Add lights with dimmers so that you can dim the lights when your child falls asleep when you are reading to him/her. Lights come in all shapes, colors, materials and sizes, so you are sure to find one that complements your child's room.
Words can be used creatively to influence tender minds of children. Painting the room with poems and nursery rhymes help children in reciting them with ease and also develops their interest in further reading. One can write their own quotes which describe or are associated with their children. It helps develop a sense of belonging in children for their rooms.
Looking for a slightly more durable idea that is also less expensive? Then try and opt for wicker baskets for a good storage system. You can buy wicker baskets in a number of sizes and arrange them along the wall and allow your kid to dump in his toys into the basket. Color them in a variety of primary and secondary colors to make the storage area more colorful. If your child's playroom is decorated in a specific theme, then you can opt to look for designs that match the theme. For example, if the room is decorated in a Harry Potter theme, use cauldrons instead of wicker baskets.
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