kids room. Monday , May 08th , 2017 - 21:36:12 PM
It seems only yesterday that my nine-year-old niece loved everything to do with Disney characters. In fact, her room was filled with Disney wall murals, bedspreads, and unlimited stuffed toys. Then, almost overnight, she suddenly decided that it was time to shed off the Mickey Mouse dcor for the "New Moon" dcor. That meant a lot of Edward and Bella pictures splashed all over the walls, beds, and even the comforter. While planning out the bedroom designs for tweens, it is essential that you understand that your kid now wants something that reflects his or her own personality, interests, and style. Here are some tweens bedroom design ideas to help you on your way to a perfect room makeover for your kid.
The smart use of accent walls in kids' rooms can help enhance their appearance. One should choose warm colors for accent walls if the existing shade is a neutral one. Warm colors make the accent wall appear closer to eyes. Orange, red and other such warm shades are generally used for accent walls.
A child's playroom is the place where the little one spends most of his or her time playing with siblings, friends or alone. One does not need a spare room to convert it into a playroom. Scores of people do up their basements or attics to form wonderful playrooms for their kids. The whole idea of creating a playroom is to stimulate the child's thought process and enhance his or her creativity. Moreover, children's playrooms are great rostrums for adults to unleash their creativity as well.
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