Interior Design and Home Decor bimomsgroup

A quick look into a couple of these styles specified will completely transform your home interiors and unveil several doors of opportunities for re-inventing your home and infusing it with new life.

It is useful at this stage, before you give free rein to your childâs imagination and tastes, to bear in mind safety and the practical issues of maintenance. Children will want to play as freely as possible without you having to worry about the decor therefore hardwood floors and vinyls are useful. Wallpaper that can be wiped clean may also be a consideration. Wall-to-wall carpeting may be a problem for children with allergies and also difficult to clean. Curtains, rugs, pillows and bedding should be easily removable and machine washable. Some safety considerations both in terms of kids room decor and room accessories might be finding furniture with curves instead of sharp corners or making use of recesses in walls to build in furniture and storage areas.

In terms of colours, use pastels to create cosy and inviting spaces. Neutral colours soothe and relax your child. If your child likes vivid colours you could create wall murals or ceiling pictures bringing their favourite toy figures or favourite images and themes to life. Remember children lose interest easily and change their tastes and `favourites` quickly. Unless you want to change your kidâs room decor frequently, steer your discussions in favour of neutral colours on walls and furniture and be more creative with room accessories.

The right application of lighting in the home has the ability to practically completely transform any old lounge or study into a dynamic and stimulating room. Experimentation is the key and you will not likely know if you do not try.

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However, if your young child has reached an age where they have started to develop their own personality and tastes, itâs a good idea to have your child involved in the process from the beginning. After all he or she will be the one using the room and obviously a childâs needs are very different to those of an adult. Children use their rooms for a number of reasons apart from sleeping. They will want to use it for playing alone or with their friends, reading and a host of other activities. Their room will also store their clothes, toys and belongings.


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