By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Kids Room Decor. At Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:47:02 AM.
Small children are naturally attracted to bright colors, strong patterns and familiar images, whatever form they take, so try to incorporate all these elements into their surroundings to give them a lively and spontaneous flavor. ear in mind that a room scheme should develop with the child and accommodate his or hers changing tastes and needs the bedroom of a boisterous toddler serves a very different purpose to a teenager's private and fiercely-guarded hideaway. With a little forethought, however, you can plan a space that is both stylish and adaptable and one that your children can grow up with happily.
Bedding - When decorating a kid's room, make sure you find bedding that matches the colors of the room. This is the final touch that all themed rooms need. There are many suppliers online that furnish a wide variety of themed "bed in a bag" sets which come with everything you need. The sheets, pillow cases, comforters and pillow shams are all included. If you cannot find one that has the theme on it, you can always choose the colors that are included in the decorations on the wall or the colors that the room is being painted.
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.