By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Kids Room Decor. At Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:00:17 AM.
Designing a kid's room can be a bit difficult; most of my younger clients want ponies (real ones). The question is how do you let them have their input and not destroy the decor in the rest of your home? And how do you make a design that can last through the years? This can be the best experience for the family or a horrible disaster. Having said all that, my favorite clients are children; I love their enthusiasm, pure joy and creativity.
Hopefully you'll at least feel happier that you have started on your decorating project and your kids will certainly be happier for having their rooms redone, and then there's also the sheer fun you'll have had whilst working with them. This last is of course a little tongue in cheek because decorating kids rooms generally isn't hassle or stress free. On the contrary there's a strong possibility that you'll have had a boatload more stress by the time you've finished, but at least you'll have had the satisfaction of getting closer to your kids and seeing their rooms clean for at least one day before they get back into their normal routine.
Paint the room a wonderful, dreamy color. Soothing apple greens, blues, and soft yellows are fantastic for a babies ones relaxing spot. Painting a room makes a dramatic transformation and is not high-priced when you do it yourself. Keep in mind, elegance is all about you, so secure the colour charts and be bold. Paint the room a new, neutral color. The fresh paint will immediately freshen and fill in the room and a sunny cream or a warm beige color is a lovely conditions for any interior decoration. Kids make messes, and these invariably end up on the wall so you want a wall surface that is not going to present a disaster if it gets dirty. A semi-gloss paint is great as it is certainly cleaned with a soapy cloth.