By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Kids Room Decor. At Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:49:51 AM.
Wall coverings- For a child's room, you should keep your wall coverings as simple as possible. While you want to complement the room, you also want to keep it simple for your child to manage and not have drapes that will get in the way or become damaged. Plan your lighting- Just like in other rooms of your home, you may want to have more that one type of lighting here in your kid's room. You can have a main light for reading, playing and other activities and a softer, more relaxed light for getting ready for bedtime or even as a nightlight. There are also many great decorative nightlights for you to choose from.
Murals - One of the hottest fads for decorating a kid's room is having a mural painted. You can hire someone to do this or you can do it yourself with your child's help. There are many stencil packages that can be purchased at DIY stores that make it easy to paint your own mural. You simply trace the characters or scenes and then paint in the same manner as you would a paint by numbers kit. Hiring someone to paint the mural can be easier but more expensive. Painting with your child can be a fun task.
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.