Boys / March 2, 2019 / Amanda Hubbard
When decorating kids rooms, focus on one main theme without being too general or too specific. As long as the room's basic decor stays relatively generic, the room can grow and change with the child. Certain decorations may be outgrown and replaced along the way, but you won't have to overhaul the whole room every time a new favorite movie character comes into the picture.Always be practical with kid's decor, and decorate with things that will help keep the room clean and organized. Be sure to create sufficient storage space to make clean up time quick and easy. Bins and shelves are great for keeping books, games, puzzles and items your child uses on a regular basis. Stickers or decals are an attractive way to touch on the decorative theme - on the walls, on bookshelves, even on dressers. They can easily be removed or painted over when the fad passes.
Think about bed side table in place of end tables that might be used in the living room. Bed side tables have more storage that traditional end tables. Place a low bookcase against the back of the couch for storage for their games and gear. Search thrift stores for a dining table that's inexpensive and sturdy. Use it in the family room for a family arts and craft space and board game space. And paint it in a cool and whimsical color. Have the kids help paint the table and use stencils or freehand designs. If you want add a glass top. You can even add family pictures under the glass. It will be a bright and personalized art table.
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