The market is full of furniture for kids. They come in various designs, patterns and colors. Their shapes are also interesting. Kids’ furniture comes in shapes of boat, rocket, horse, ball and ships…
Kids love colors and repeating patterns look attractive. Use these concepts to incorporate into the kid’s room décor. You can paint the walls in two interchanging colors of vertical stripes. However, ensure that the colors you choose complement each other as they should not be too stimulating. Soft pastel colors are perfect for kids’ room.
Play house/play towns
Camping and lodge décor
Movies and cartoon characters
Military decoration themes
Cowboy wild west
When he sets out to design a room for a child, Ron Wilson says, he begins with a few basic principles: “The materials have to be reasonably priced. Fabrics have to be washable. Carpets have to be cleanable.” Beyond that, Wilson, whose projects generally include at least one room for a child or teenager, gives his imagination free rein—within reason. “I’ll tell my clients, ‘Use wonderful things but things that you won’t mind giving away.’” Below here is another spaces that might close enough with what you need for your kids room…
To give all the furniture and accessories that are needed for your baby, Micuna offers an alternative with highly functional and practical to save you from additional spending. With its practical furniture baby nursery you wouldn’t wasting your time for searching new furniture over and over again because this furniture can be easily transformed.
Based in Italy, Di Liddo & Perego provides the perfect furniture for your kids to follow their real needs daily more and more focused on practice of hobbies, on studying, on socializing and of course on relaxing. Please visit their official websites to see their other products…
8. Pretty Hardware
It’s the details she’ll remember. These sparkling floral knobs will bring a smile to your daughter’s face (and likely yours) every time you open a drawer. Knobs & More Home Decor $30.00