kids room. Sunday , February 19th , 2017 - 10:36:11 AM
Take heed parents, your child wants to learn and soon you will find him putting his imagination into the inanimate walls. So it would be wise if you actually help him with a good start. Children always give signs of their preferences, you better start paying close attention (at times even before their birth). After all, it is going to be their room where they are going to spend most of their time playing in. Here are some ideas you can give a thought to and perhaps your baby might like them...
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.
Like I said earlier, lights fascinate me because even simple light pieces can transmute a simple room into one that provides ample right for your child to read and play. Use lights to add glamor, style and drama. Floor lamps are beautiful and can be placed near the play area. Add lights with dimmers so that you can dim the lights when your child falls asleep when you are reading to him/her. Lights come in all shapes, colors, materials and sizes, so you are sure to find one that complements your child's room.
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