Friday, May 10, 2019

Finding Inspiration for Child’s Room Decor

Whether you’re moving to a new house, transitioning a toddler to a big kid’s room or transforming a space as a special treat, decorating a child’s living quarters can be an imaginative and amusing, yet daunting process. When you’re faced with choosing colors, furniture and an atmosphere that your child won’t outgrow, consider a variety of sources to educate and inspire you.

Shop Showrooms

When you’re starting out and completely unsure of which type of bed, dresser or lighting to choose for your child’s room, discover new color schemes, layouts and furnishings on the floor of furniture stores near me. Browse the showroom to consider which styles and sizes will suit your home and your youngster’s tastes. Even online retailers feature photos of sample spaces highlighting their pieces, so you can glance through those images if you’re unable to visit a brick-and-mortar shop.

Check Your Phone

When choosing a theme and style for a child’s bedroom or playroom, turn to your favorite social media websites for ideas. Not only are sites such as Pinterest loaded with decorating ideas, but apps like Instagram and Twitter also feature posts from celebrities, decorators and families wanting to showcase their adorable and innovative children’s room designs.

Follow an Interest

Ensure your child loves her new room by focusing the decor around a beloved character, game or hobby. Consider a castle motif for your little princess, a nautical look for someone who loves the water or a rustic forest look for a child who enjoys the outdoors, for example. If the theme centers around a current favorite that you’re worried your youngster will outgrow, choose basic colors and furniture and limit the themed decor to accents that you’ll be able to paint over or change easily as she grows.

Your child’s space will be her home, sanctuary and playroom. Do your research to ensure you select furnishings and accessories that she’ll love and appreciate for years to come.

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