Boys / February 19, 2019 / Kennedi Levine
3. Check out books and magazines - To add some inspiration to your sea-themed room, you may also want to consider looking at existing designs already. There are surely lots featured in design books and magazines. These reading materials may also be able to suggest ways on how you can actually go along the process of decorating the kids room. So feel free to browse them and immerse yourself in them.4. Look at showrooms - Most design companies and even furniture stores have a showroom where their products and services are being exhibited. These showrooms can be visited for free so it might also be a great way to spark some sea-inspired interest for your decorating project.
And, no matter how spacious your child's room, they'll feel more comfortable and confident if you bring the scale down to their perspective and needs. I talked about end-table height bookshelves that they can access easily. If your kid's room has a high ceiling, consider painting it a darker color to make it feel closer. You can install a "picture rail" trim down two feet from a high ceiling to create a feeling of a child scaled room. Hang pictures and other art lower than you would in other rooms. After all, it is their room.
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