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Decorating Your Kids Room - Feb 2007

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From Playtime to Bedtime: Tips for Decorating Your Kid’s Room Decorating your kid’s room is a great way for them to express their personality. It gives them a space they can call their own, and by getting them involved, they can express their creativity and feel a sense of control over their environment. The Bed In most bedrooms, the bed is the largest piece of furniture, which makes it the room’s natural focal point. When decorating your kid’s room, help your child choose a comforter or bed spread that showcases their own tastes—pastel or bold colors, a sports team’s logo, or a favorite book or movie character. Affordable sheet sets and comforters can be found locally at places like Target or Wal-Mart, or you can look online to find more specialized designs for decorating your kid’s room. Image Bedroom (www.imagebedding.com) is an online superstore with a large selection of comforters and sheet sets with college and professional sports team logos, traditional and blue camouflage designs, and animal prints. The Floor The floor should be an area that invites play. If possible, arrange the bed and other furniture so that a large open space is available for toys and games. You can make this area more appealing and comfortable by decorating your kid’s room with large, colorful area rugs. Storage Kid’ bedrooms are notorious for their messiness. A lot of this comes from inadequate storage for toys, books, and clothing. Decorating your kid’s room will require finding ways of improving your storage space without clogging up your play space. Ways of doing this include adding a second, lower clothing bar in the closet (which makes it easier for younger children to pick out their own clothes, but leaves the upper bar available for dress clothes or clothing that’s out of season), putting stackable crates or drawers in the bottom of your closet, and taking advantage of the space under your bed with pullout baskets, boxes, or crates. These essential organizational tools for decorating your kid’s room can be found at your local superstore. Accents The little touches are what can turn a kid’s bedroom into a place that feels more like your child’s personal space. Things like pictures and posters, lamps, and knick-knacks can be spread around the room to give the space a personality and make it belong to your child. Another great way to liven up your child’s room is to put up a wallpaper mural. Get your child to help you select a scene, from Bob the Builder’s construction yard to Noah’s Ark, and the mural can go up with very little difficulty. Image Bedroom (www.imagebedding.com) has a wide selection of wallpaper mural designs appropriate for decorating a kid’s room. Hopefully these tips for decorating kid’s rooms gave you some ideas. Keep your eyes open for little touches that will liven up your child’s sleeping and playing space, but don’t forget the person who will be spending the most time in the room. Keep your child involved in the process of decorating your kid’s room.

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