By Dorotea Bianchi. Kid's Room Ideas. Published at Saturday, March 03rd, 2018 - 12:23:04 PM.
Decorating your kids room can be a tidal wave of choices and a seemingly endless barrage of complaints (no matter what you choose.) Whats more, prices seem to be climbing by the hour on hot items such as Barbie Doll sheets and Transformer rugs. Does decorating your childs bedroom really have to be this difficult? While I can not promise you that there will not be a single complaint, here are a few kids bedroom ideas that will help you decorate on a budget while keeping your childs style preferences in mind.
Layout, Study your layout and floor plan to accommodate the bed, play area, shelves for books and toys, study table and wardrobe closet. It is important to have all these areas in one room unless you have a separate play room and study room in the house. Plan the floor plan in a way that furniture pieces do not get in the way or crowd the room. Storage and wardrobe space, Install fitted shelves and cabinets with doors to minimize a cluttered look. Children will have a hard time concentrating on studies amidst cluttered surroundings. You can never have enough storage space and kids tend to accumulate more junk as they grow up.
Would You Prefer Wood? For some people, nothing beats the rustic comfort of wood. If you are one of those individuals, then there are plenty of solutions for you. Simple stained wood can be elegant and attractive without any fanfare necessary. Alternatively, unfinished wood cabinet pulls and knobs leave the canvas empty for you to put your own personal finishing touches onto the room. Whichever you choose, you will get the warmth and beauty of wood.
You can still implement fancy designs in small decor pieces that can easily be changed or replaced when your child gets older. Instead of having a miniature pirate ships made as a bed, you can paint a mural of pirate figures and ships. When your kid tires of this concept, you can easily paint over the wall. Color theme, Colors have an effect on peoples moods and feelings. Colors such as red, orange and yellow can make one more excited and hyperactive. Cool colors like green and blue are calming. Use you colors moderately and create some tone balance. You can use strong warm colors to brighten up a room but try not to overwhelm a kids bedroom with too much energetic colors.
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