Boys / March 12, 2019 / Bailee Luna
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.
One Room; Many Functions,A kids' room is much more than a bedroom. Your children will spend a large amount of time in their room playing as well as studying. So, whenever you think of undertaking a painting job for the kids' room, it is essential to keep in mind the multiple functions of the room. Choose colors and patterns in such a way that it offers comfort to your loved ones for years to come.
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