Designing a beautiful kids’ room that finds that perfect balance between what you want and what your child needs can be a tough task at the best of times. A lot of it depends on the space available the resources you are willing to invest and of course the specific choices and tastes of the kids at home.
Creative wooden headboards need not be relegated to traditional or rustic bedrooms alone and in fact they make a bigger visual impact in more modern rooms that range from the contemporary to the minimal. Of course the design of the headboard and the materials that you use for it need to be altered just a touch to match this more refined atmosphere.
How can we forget the world’s favorite way of adding an accent wall to a room: a splash of paint! This might sound a touch old and a bit too mundane but there is a reason why the simple painted accent wall is such a popular choice.
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.
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.
Keep your scarves and hosiery nice and tidy by making these accessory storage compartments out of inexpensive PVC. You could even use larger pipes for bigger items like shoes or sweaters.
Another smart and economical way to get your shoes off the bottom of your closet Epbot’s great tutorial for DIY shoe holders makes use of those wire hangers you get for free from the dry cleaner.
Sleep experts agree: Your bedroom environment has a significant impact on how well you sleep. Step one to a good night’s rest is turning off the screens (that’s phones laptops TVs or any glowing device)—multiple studies have shown that the bright light from screens negatively impacts the ability to fall asleep.