Coming up with your own master closet design has never been easier as you can mix and match the various elements of these three individual models to achieve a bespoke design. Just throw in a splash of color and some gorgeous lighting and you have a complete bedroom that brings together form and functionality in an effortless manner.
If your kid is bored with a certain pattern after awhile you can select another fun wallpaper to give the room a fresh new look. Whether you want wallpaper with loads of color and pattern or something that will work well in a tween bedroom the choices are simply endless here!
With wallpaper making a bold comeback in 2015 this is not a bad choice at all and you can simply switch out the wallpaper when you are bored with the pattern. But nothing beats the charm and the beauty of a lovely painted accent wall with smart stripes.
Whether it is a custom-crafted headboard made from wooden pallets or something that turns an antique wooden door into a stunning headboard make sure that your choice fits in with the style and theme of the bedroom.
A kids’ room is no exception in this regard. But instead of just gray cream beige or white the striped accent wall in the kids’ bedroom needs invigorating colors that exude playfulness. If you feel that plain old stripes (horizontal or vertical) are too boring add chevron and other zigzag patterns to create more visual interest and whimsical charm.
With paint you can pick from a variety of color combinations and alter hues in a subtle fashion to create a stunning accent wall. The general trend is to use a color that is already present in the room for one of the stripes while the other can be an entirely different color or the same color with a different tone and intensity. It is best to pick just two colors for stripes in smaller rooms while larger rooms can pull off a striped accent wall with three or more colors.
It is easy to pull off works almost every time and much like the wallpaper is not a very extravagant choice. Knowing how fickle kids can be this is definitely a safe option in the long run.
Organizing the closet in the bedroom is arguably one of the toughest tasks for many of us as we grapple with both space and its proper usage. Part of it is because of our inability to eliminate clutter and hang on to things that are absolutely necessary.