By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Kids Room Decor. At Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:29:09 PM.
Don't go overboard with large and expensive changes. I tend use more accessories and paint. Great options are removable wall decals; they come in every size, color and theme. They will give you a great look, using the child's interest with a small price tag. You can blend them with a wall color (their choice) even if just on an accent wall. Another favorite of mine are carpet tiles; they add great color and texture. Using accessories that follow the theme of the room make it is easy to change in the next few years as you child and their interest grow.
Young children's rooms are not really the place for subtle colors. You only have to look at their boxed games, dolls, fluffy stuffed toys and picture books to be confronted with an onslaught of bright primary colors. So look to crisp greens, vivid reds, and clear blues as a starting point for the soft furnishings. A jumbled mix of stripes, checks and cheerful gingham always work well together and would look good in either boy's or girl's room.
Benches can include storage in the base. The bench seat acts as a lid to the toy box so your son or daughter can open it and get at the toys or other items that are inside. There are revolving bookcases that can be placed in the corner of the room because they can be turned round to get to the books that aren't quite in reach. Entertainment centers are ideal for the tech loving kids (which kids aren't nowadays?). Pretty much anything that needs to be stored can have its own specific place to live until next needed.