kids room. Monday , January 02nd , 2017 - 00:36:12 AM
Of course, when it comes to choosing colors for a kid's room, a bit of a knowledge of color psychology i.e. the effect of colors on a person's mood helps in an appropriate selection too. In addition to this, the maintenance and up-keep that some colors require is also an important criteria to be considered.
The creation of clutter begins from a lousy attempt at accessorizing the walls and cupboards. So just do it for them. Get the posters of favorite movies, football clubs, actors, and rock stars framed and put them up on the walls. This way the posters remain safe from dust and pests and the wall too is saved from all the glue and adhesives. If you are decorating a kid's room, then having a small basketball ring on the wall is also a good idea. Create a space for all the musical instruments like guitar, violin, and so on.
If your son is already mesmerized by the world of stars and planets and wants to be an astronaut when he grows up, then chances are that he will jump with joy at the mention of a space-themed playroom. The best way to give the room a feel of outer space is to make a full wall mural of the world beyond our planet complete with stars, satellites, asteroids, etc. The ceiling can be painted black with glow-in-the-dark stars stuck on or even painted on. A few great room accessories and the perfect furniture and you will feel like you are stepping into an alien world.
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