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Decorating Your Kids Room
Decorating Your Kids Room

Follow our tips below to create the perfect bedroom for your child that he would just love.

Keep things at a height that would be reachable for your child.

Kids like drawing and writing everywhere. Create an art place, with a chalkboard some paint, coloured chalk etc. you may also want to purchase removable wall transfers in this way they can have fun and you know that you don’t have to fix later.

Include multi-lighting: such as an overall light and a reading light.

Create a little study corner, where your child can learn and do his homework. You can include a desk with a chair; colourful paper and other brighter stationery there as well to make him want to go to his study place more often.

Some cartoon characters or superheroes will really inspire your kids; you can decorate cartoon pictures in the walls, even have a duvet or pillow of the cartoon characters/ superhero.

Consider shorter curtaining’s as they are safer. Long drapes should be avoided.

Colour- bedrooms are a perfect place to [play around with colours, as the colour can reflect their nature of liveliness. Children love bright, bold and uniquely coloured rooms. Ask your child what colour he would like.

Interaction: lastly interaction is a good way of knowing what your child would really want his/her room to look like. Decorating the room to your child’s style would make them excited about their new room.

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