Published at Tuesday, December 04th, 2018 - 23:36:56 PM. Kids Bedroom. By Eleonore Charbonneau.
Your toddler might love cartoons, but it’s very unlikely they’ll love the same cartoons at 10. Themed furniture and decor can be very tempting children bedroom ideas, but bear in mind, you will have to replace all of it as your child grows. Instead of sticking to a theme in all of your decor, try to incorporate elements of it in smaller accents. If your little boy loves trains, you can use train-themed wall decals which are easily removable. This way, even if he does outgrow it soon, adapting the decor to his changing personality won’t require too much work. In this kid’s bedroom design, the underwater theme is carried through in the shark wall accent and sheets, but is restrained enough to adapt over time.
Hot pink is a bold color choice for decorating, but mixing in a softer shade such as mint green helps tone down the brightness. Here, a watermelon throw pillow inspired the color palette for a little girl's bedroom. To continue the theme, watermelon decals embellish the plain white walls.
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