It is so easy for parents to be bored with their child's old room when the kids grow bigger. This is a process that most parents have gone through before.
The most important thing to remember when decorating a room for kids is to remember safety first.
When choosing colors for a kid it is a good idea to stick to the safe ones. Stay away from pink or blue because they seem to have a lot of “baby parts” apparently air. Green is a good color as it is restful to the eye and conducive to creativity.
For a child's bedroom, you can also add details that are specific to his interests. For example, if your son loves outer space you can have a bed that has a solar system on the head board. Another idea you may want to consider is a theme room. Kids seem to love video games, action figures and a few carpets. By decorating a room in an action pose your kid is more likely to enjoy the room he is in. For a girl, she may want a princess room or a fairytale setting. Or she may want an all pink room.
Since colors in a bedroom can have a radical effect on a person's mood it is a good idea to choose a palette that is restful on your child's concern and that won't be overwhelming to him. Quite often, black and white is at the top of parents list. However, black and white may be too stark for a room for kids. This is an excellent option for the man cave or games room. Here, you can add cheery colors in shades of orange, purple, and gold. You don't have to be as accurate with your color palate as with the rest of the home. This is an area where you can indulge your child's wild whims and be frolicking around with colors that your child will love. For example, if your son loves the color bat, you can decorate the room in his favorite bat colors.
If you have two young girls sharing a room you can give them their own rooms by cutting down on the scale of the bedroom furniture they need to have. Two small bedside tables instead of a large chest of drawers should work. By putting the girls into their own rooms you are creating a mountain of possible options for decorating a room.
For a boy who wants to take command of his bedroom and the rest of the home, you can create a space for him to call his own by decorating with masculine colors. He may tire of blue when he sees too many pink teddy bears, but he will love the f brighter colors. You can use colors on the large wall behind his bed to create a custom ” Flag Pin” or a framed advertisement of his favorite sport or movie star. You could also add a jungle print wallpaper to create a jungle theme.
If your boys' room is picturesque nature you could offset the color palette by adding green or brown to a wall painted with bright colors. Instead of hanging sports posters from his wall you could add life size replicas of his favorite sports figures. The rest of the room can be done in neutral colors and you will have an vending machine for his favorite candy to keep him sweet and sweet.
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