Published at Thursday, January 25th, 2018 - 06:49:22 AM. . By Belda Martin.
Use bright accent colors on decor pieces like lampshades and canvas wall art. When you want to change the color theme, just change the decor accents with pieces in another color. Change the sheets from yellow to green, or replace blue curtains with red ones. Maintain a neutral color in large areas such as the walls so you do not have to repaint the whole room. Sleeping furniture, If more than one kid will occupy a bedroom. Use bunker beds or storage beds that are space-saving and have multiple purposes. This cuts down the number of furniture pieces that occupy more space. Some beds can accommodate 1 to 3 kids and also serve as storage areas, wardrobe cabinets, and study area.
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.
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