Decorating a Kid's Room
by: Joey Lewitin
The most important thing to consider when decorating a
child’s room is to make the child comfortable. You want to surround them with
fun, playful items. The way this room is designed is going to have an effect on
the psyche of the child, so allow room for imagination and freedom.
It may be helpful to let the child help you decorate. Pick
out the colors, or the wallpaper together. One trick is to purchase inexpensive
plain white wall paper, then when it is up, let the child paint a mural of their
choice on it. You can do this once a year and continue to reinvent the room over
and over again.
Big boxes and lots of shelves will help the child keep the
room clean. Make labels for all of the containers with big bright words, that
will help remind the child what that container is for.
Decorating in toys is another idea for a child’s room. Set up
scenes on shelves, or tables, with their toys in different poses. You can have
action toys attacking an enemy base, or dolls working in a kitchen. This allows
the décor to be a play item itself. Every time you look at the scene you will
get new ideas and more inspiration.
Mostly just let the room be imaginative. Use bright colors,
and create a décor that will give the child’s mind something to think about, and
room to explore. Don’t hold back, you can play too.
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About The Author
This article written by Joey Lewitin, a designer of fine
home furnishings and interior decor. You can view his interesting creations
and styles here http://pebblez.com.