kids room. Friday , March 10th , 2017 - 00:36:11 AM
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.
First Years Close and Secure Sleeper, which can be secured to the adult bed with a flap. It is portable and can be easily folded.
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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