Boys / March 1, 2019 / Daniella Mendez
CREATIVITY: Imagination is more important than knowledge, a wise man once said. So give your kids ample opportunity to create.I like sliding doors with blackboard material and chalk so kids can draw to their hearts' content--and, then start over the next day.Modular furniture can keep a room flexible to accommodate different activities...and, the kids can move it around to create their own layouts. Bulletin boards, mop boards, space for posters and personal artwork... it's all good.
When you are planning your kids' rooms you will probably have to take into account space - or lack of it! Few of us have rooms that extend the width or depth of the house and, for those who do, I am sure you will come up with decorating problems, albeit different ones to decorating space saving kids rooms. First and foremost, when considering decorating a kid's room, you need to come up with an idea that is going to work for a number of years - one your child can live with as they grow up. While it is not too expensive to add a new coat of paint once in a while, replacing battered furniture too often is likely to punch a hole straight through your carefully planned finances. So, choose furniture that is sturdy and durable and which has sufficiently basic styling to fit in with new innovations over the years.
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