kids room. Sunday , June 18th , 2017 - 12:36:11 PM
Avoid linoleum flooring, as it has a slick and hard surface, which can easily hurt children if they happen to trip and fall. Avoid any kind of flooring that is not skid-resistant, especially if you have toddlers who still have a wobbly gait. Remember to use flooring that is not only in harmony with the entire playroom design, but is also kid-friendly and reflects your child's personality. As your toddler grows up, you may want to change the flooring to suit his or her choice, by progressing to a more mature design that is both fun and contemporary.
You can even plan for built-in closets behind doors if space is the main constraint. Simple boxes that can be slid under beds can hold a lot of stuff which a child may need daily. Besides, these boxes can be picked up and put away when not required. These boxes can be labeled to indicate what is stored in them.
- What's more befitting for angels than small, fluffy, white tufts of clouds. You can alternatively paint the ceiling with clouds, thus giving an open ceiling feel.
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