By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Kids Room Decor. At Friday, December 14th 2018, 09:30:42 AM.
Many parents like to decorate their kids' rooms with a cute theme. This is probably not a good idea unless money is no object, since kids grow quickly and tastes change. If you don't mind spending a lot on a new theme every few years, that's O.K., but most people can't or don't want to spend that kind of money. Better to have a neutral room so where you don't have to throw the old stuff away constantly. Just look around at garage sales some day. You will see entire rooms of so-called "themes" going for ten cents on the dollar.
Paint the foundation portion of the wall two shades darker and the top portion one shade lighter. At long last, let the little one support by placing little handprints on the border area in the region of the room using three to four unique colors of non-toxic acrylic paint poured into paint pans for hand-dipping. Paint a cherub border with a softhearted cloud ceiling or wallpaper an African Safari theme on a wall. Consent to your child to join in. Paint one entirety half of the room a firm color your child likes, and the other half a something else color your other child likes. Purchase 2 twin trundle beds.
If you prefer to incorporate some pattern, there are some great retro-style prints about, featuring cowboy or seaside themes. However, special children's fabrics depicting beloved cartoon characters, super heroes or pop idols, are bound to be their favorite. If you start with out with a simple, classic theme of which your child approves -- nautical, sports, zoo animals, colorful fruit and flowers, little princess or Shaker inspired folk art -- you can share your enthusiasm and build on it together by adding curtains, cushions, throws and new bed linens. The fabric should be hard wearing and easy to care for, as they are bound to get well used, covered in sticky fingerprints.