By Dianna Gorat. Bedroom Ideas. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 05:08:48 AM.
Painting simple murals is a way that you can really bring in a lot of color. This does not have to be complicated. You could just paint your childs name on the wall with kind of a graffiti effect. Each letter could be a different color. This can be a great graphic element that can really grow with your child. It is a chance to bring in a lot of colorful oranges and greens and make a basic white background interesting. It is a way to combine a color palette that you do not really see a lot of. However, when you do this it can be difficult to find coordinating fabric elements so you might just need to go with solid colors for these.
The best way to get the maximum use from your closets is by using a closet organizer system. These systems allow you to "stack" storage in your closet, so you can have multiple levels of shelving, hanging space, etc. You can find modular organizer systems, where you buy the pieces you want and fit them to your needs, or you can have an organizer system custom designed for your specific closet and how you use it.
If you are feeling creative, you can paint a mural on one of the walls. The mural does not have to look like a fine art painting, a simplified picture of a castle with banners flying would go a long way to give the room a magical feeling. Take a look at your childs coloring or story books for pictures you could use. If painting is not your thing, you may be able to find a wallpaper mural or border with a princess theme.
Another way you can get double-duty from your bedroom is with a day bed. These beds are designed to be used as seating as well as a bed, so you can use the room for other things during the day. While most day beds are only designed for a single person, you can get trundle day beds that have a swing-out support that adds enough room for a second person. These beds are ideal in dorm rooms, small apartments and anywhere else that you may not have a dedicated bedroom.
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