kids room. Friday , December 02nd , 2016 - 09:36:11 AM
If your child's playroom has big windows with a lot of light streaming in, then you can use the space around the windows as space for storage. If you are good at woodworking, then you can create shelves yourself or get your neighborhood carpenter to make shelves for you. Keep those toys that are used most often on the lower shelves and keep things that your kids hardly use on the shelves that are higher up. Paint the wall on which the shelves are attached in colorful colors and extend these colors to the shelves as well. You can also match the theme that you are using to decorate the room.
There are a few areas in a kid's bedroom that need to be paid special attention to, which will enhance the overall look of the room. Areas like flooring, walls, furniture, etc. need to be focused upon. Let's have a look at how we can transform a simple room into a child's creative parlor!
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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