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Did you know that decorating a kids bedroom is a challenging task? Why? You have to consider so many things, such as themes, colors, furniture and safety. Talking to your kids and getting as much information from them are the best way to get ideas for the best decorating for them. Their favorite colors, their hobbies or interest and the types of furniture they like can be good clues for you to decide the best decor. When you need a bedroom to be converted to accommodate your multiple siblings, your kids bedroom that needs to be shared when should be well thought out and planned. It’s not simple because kids of different ages have different interests and require different types of furniture or colors. You can use multiple color themes and dividing the room by color to give them a sense of individualism in a shared space. For the example, you may have one child who likes yellow things, and another child who likes pink. Imagine sectioning off certain parts of the bedroom in shades of yellow for one child, and pink for the other. Then, try to settle on two shades that blend well with each other and create a neutral area defined by a completely different color, so the children can share. The important thing is don’t try to create an actual barrier, but a room will be a unified space. These are some themes which can give a fun way to decorate your child’s room : Jungle theme, Disney theme, Princess theme, Hollywood movie theme, Safari theme Surf theme, etc. Incorporating kids favorite things can give you the funniest color and decor for your kids room. For example, your kids like animals, you use earth colors like green and brown with jungle themed furnishings. The another important thing which have to consider when decorating kid’s bedroom is the safety. Durable furniture and will not break or shatter easily is good choice for the furniture, such as plastic lamps as opposed to glass or ceramic. Refrain from building shelves high off the ground and tall furniture is good way to avoid the accident. When you plan to use bunk beds for shared bedrooms, assign the top bunk to the older child. Here are some pictures to get an idea of creative ways to make your child’s bedroom a themed room.
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