By Elizabeth Ranea. Bedroom Decor. Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 05:07:30 AM.
Not all little girls adore Barbies, the color pink and frilly dresses. Perhaps your little girl has very definite ideas about what she likes and does not like, what pleases her and what annoys her, how things should and should not be done. As a parent you love her individuality and strive to help her express her ideas, preferences and thoughts in her own unique way. A little girl is room should be an expression of her personality as much as a cozy place for her to play, dream, love and laugh. So how do you decorate a unique little girl is room? With unique children is décor and accessories of course! Here are three unique ideas for decorating your unique little girl is room.
Mix-it-Up Wall Art - Instead of purchasing seven pieces of wall art depicting various princesses for your little girl is room, try alternating her favorite scenes with colorful patterns and educational art. Large wall maps are educational as well as a great artwork centerpiece to give symmetry to smaller works. Try centering your main art on the wall and positioning the smaller pieces around it in a fun pattern. A truly unique girl might love her initials spelled out with her art pieces- two ways to express her identity on the same wall!
The bedroom is usually considered as a sanctuary, a personal gateway that shows your favorite collection, color and feelings. Sometimes it takes few simple ideas to get your creativity flowing. Many enthusiastic and young people want to learn bedroom decorating tips. Some main guidelines to remember while decorating your bedroom are as follows: Select Subtle Color.
Once you have found a piece with a bit of character, purchase some thin lasso rope and use it to write your child is name in cursive on the sign. Be sure to use a glue that is appropriate for a proper bond between the rope and wood. Let your child create their own room accents with custom artwork. Help your child surf the internet for their favorite cowboy and western photos. Print them out on your home printer and then help your child frame the pictures in vintage or rustic picture frames. Another idea is to shop your local antique stores for cowboy posters or cowboy and western wall hangings.
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