kids room. Friday , February 10th , 2017 - 12:36:12 PM
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.
Girls are unique and artistic in their own way. And when it comes to their territory, they are quite possessive. Their territory, also known as their room, is their sacred place; a place of sanctuary for them. Be it a teenager or preadolescence, your princess would like her room to be decorated according to her taste and likes. She is probably at an age when study groups, slumber parties and hanging out with friends in the room is what any girl craves for.
If you have a die-hard baseball fanatic as a son, then this is surely the theme for you. You can decorate your child's room with cards, figures, or even full-sized wall murals of some of his favorite players from your kid's favorite team. Personally, I love those peel and stick baseball scorecard wall murals. The other accessories and room decorations for boys include brightly colored quilts with sports balls, sneakers, helmets, varsity letters, and much more. To complete the look, install a rug shaped like a baseball field, a cool sports lamp, and a sports-themed activity table.
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