By Elizabeth Ranea. Bedroom Ideas. Published at Monday, January 29th, 2018 - 06:43:24 AM.
Fairytale, a fairytale theme is a really exciting theme, because there are lots of different possibilities: fairies, princesses, knights and dragons can all crop up in your designs. These kids bedroom ideas can be really great if you have a boy and a girl sharing the same room, because there is something for everyone. You can even create four-poster beds, complete with curtains, so that your children can have a bit of privacy, whilst also feeling like royalty.
Everyone knows that a princess lives in luxury, so that is the look you need to go for, but hopefully not at a luxurious price! If you can sew, look for fabrics like velvet, satin, lace, and eyelet in your childs favorite colors. You can use these fabrics to make extra full curtains as well as pillows. If you do not sew, look for pre-made accessories in coordinating colors. Make sure to have lots of pillows in various fabrics, sizes and colors. Great princess curtains are thick and full, with lots of extra fabric to work with.
Remember That Mirrors Make a Difference. If you want to open up a small space, a mirror is a great option. With the added light reflection, mirrors help to make a small bedroom look and feel larger. Use Multi-Functional Furniture. Whether it is a chair that doubles as a storage container or bedside table that has a pull out desktop, there are lots of interesting ways one piece of furniture can do more than one thing. And do not forget to check out the adjustable mattress bases that provide lighting and ergonomic positioning to make your bed the perfect place to read a book or watch a movie!
There are several areas that you have to think about when you are coordinating your teenager bedroom décor; some of the basics are included here. Colors, you need the colors to look good together. Bright colors that make a statement about her energy are a popular choice currently. If your teenager favorite color is lime green you may want to go with hot pink or black to accompany it. If your teenager likes darker colors it looks great to use a bright color with them for accents. Regardless of what colors you would prefer, it is important to get input from your teenager before starting.
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