kids room. Friday , November 25th , 2016 - 10:36:12 AM
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.
These are cutouts of the wallpapers that are actually vinyl-coated wall appliques. These decals do not require measuring and cutting, hence they are easy to handle. All that they need is a little bit of water or a damp piece of cloth that easily activates the glue of the decals. Now, all one has to do is to stick them on a clean and smooth nursery wall.
Another option is using area rugs on wooden floors. Use rugs which blend in well with the playroom decor and furnishing, or use ones that have brightly painted scenes on them to give the room a cheerful look. Being in a playroom, they can get soiled very easily. Use ones that are easy to wash (steam cleaning is a safer option) or cheap enough that they can be thrown out and replaced with new ones. You can also use nonslip and washable rugs. Rugs and floor mats can also be used in places to cover up prominently stained areas. You can probably divide the room in separate zones for different activities - like having a part of the room free of any carpets, and the other half lined up with rugs. The uncovered part can be used for craft and modeling activities and even having snacks, which are more likely to cause spills and stains. If you want to keep the floor from getting stained, cover it with butcher paper. Affix the paper to the floor using masking tape, and you need not worry about the budding artists at home spoiling the floor. You can replace the butcher paper as and when required. The carpeted area can be used for reading, playing with building blocks, etc.
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