Boys / March 13, 2019 / Kennedi Levine
Plastic pull-out containers that fit under beds or at the bottom of closets can be found at any store that sells household goods. They're great for smaller kid's rooms. Bookshelves that are end-table height (22-26 inches or 56-66 cm) double as play surfaces and provide storage at a height kids can really use. I found awesome tiered hanging baskets for clothing and miscellaneous stuff at Ikea.SPACE and SCALE: The best kids' room decorating ideas celebrate space. A giant empty space in the middle of a Living Room would signal that something is missing from the composition. In a kid's room it's a gift. I try to not clutter up a kid's room so much that there's no room to roll around on the floor with the puppy, or build a LEGO city or make a feast out of modeling clay. Make sure there's space to play.
Kid's room decorating ideas, kid's room layout and bedroom colors for kids should be driven by one guiding theme Friends and clients ask me all the time, what exactly makes for a great kid's room? And, more specifically, what are some really great kid's room decorating ideas?My answer is always: go for the FUN and the ideas will come!Organize your kid's room decorating ideas around the following four elements and you'll add function and style to the equation and end up with winning kids' rooms. COLOR: Choosing bedroom colors for kids is easy. Let them pick. Expect their choices to be brighter, sharper, wilder than yours would be.My daughter chose bright orange and yellow for her bedroom colors and it was an intuitively smart choice for a smaller north facing bedroom with minimal natural light from one small window. The warm colors brightened the space and, while they did pull the walls and ceiling in, they gave the room a secure, cozy feeling that made the space feel welcoming. Leave it to kids!
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