Published at Saturday, December 01st, 2018 - 21:00:03 PM. Kids Bedroom. By Fayanna Beaumont.
Stars on the ceiling, trees on the wall, and birds on the cupboards. Your imagination works overtime when you are designing a room for your kids. Creating a special corner for your child is interesting as it allows you to experiment with ideas, colors, and themes while keeping in mind all things that your kid adores. Once the job is done, the result is fulfilling.
Furniture is often a long-term investment, so choose wisely when you’re decorating your child’s room. Instead of themed furniture that your child is bound to outgrow fast, choose timeless, beautiful pieces that will grow along with them. Beautiful floating shelves for books and knick knacks, large wooden cupboards and spacious trunks are as useful for a baby’s room as they are for a teenager. But if there’s one piece of furniture that you can have fun with, it’s the bed. Young children are bound to outgrow their beds quickly, so you can buy your kids fun-themed beds at each stage. In this room, the white classic furniture is as appropriate for an 8-year-old as it is for a 14-year-old.
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