Little-girl dreams of pink princess room, sensible parents always think that too much pink will spoil the room design. We love the idea of integrating soft turquoise into a pink room, instead of using pink on every available wall, consider an accent wall and mix it with soft turquoise or wallpaper. Cleverly placing some turquoise accessories like a bunting, pinboard, storage bag , this will balance the pink in the room without the color being overwhelming. 1.Chandelier 2. LOL bunting 3. Candy pink 4. Soft turquoise 5. Wallpaper – What a Hoot 6. Dollhouse bookshelf 7. Dollhouse bed 8. Fairy pull along cart 9. LOL storage bag 10.-14. Patersonrose Charlotte 15.LOL Pinboard
Visualizing what your child’s bedroom or living space will look like can be a tough challenge. As far as words go, pictures can hold more than a thousand. We have decided to create mood boards, especially for the parents scratching their heads as to what would their little angel wants.
A great example would be our latest “Construction Mood Board”! It’s the perfect guide to designing a themed room for your tyke.
Keep on a lookout for more moodboards! Who knows, you might just find the right theme for your child!
It’s that time–your little ones have grown up, and want to have their own bedrooms. But they’re not old enough for mature teens things yet. How do you design an individual bedroom for a child who wants their own things now?
Redesigning your child’s bedroom is an exciting task with all the available choices for furniture and color designs that are available nowadays. You haven’t even started and you already can’t wait to see the finished product. Sometimes, though, it can become a bit daunting and you don’t know where to start with so many ideas running in your mind.
Start the project by getting a piece of paper and sketch the layout of the kid’s bedroom as you picture it to be. When you already have made the drawing, you can now consider what kind of children’s bedroom sets is suitable for the design you chose. Of course, you have to take into consideration your child’s hobbies and interests as these will be vital in choosing the furniture designs. Get the size of the room so that you can choose the best type of bed. Make sure that you are realistic with your measurements so you don’t end up cramping all the furniture you bought because you thought you had more space to put them in.
Generally, the furniture that will eat up most of the space in the bedroom, no matter what the room’s design, is the bed. It is of importance that the right type of bed is chosen to utilize space to the maximum especially if there is more than one child occupying the room. Experts suggest dividing the whole room’s measurement by three, allotting 1/3 for the bed, the next third for clear area and the last for children’s bedroom furniture.
When it comes to decorating a kids room there is a different approach that should be used compared to that of decorating an adults. It is preferable that the kid’s room should reflect their own unique personality and not that of the parent.
For many kid’s their room is the place where they read, play games, listen to music, display or hide those prized collections of bugs etc., that they have, as well as to day dream or just to be on their own. So by using the six points below you will be able to decorate a kid’s room that will make both of you happy.
1. Why not talk to your child first. Find out what activities or games it is they particularly enjoy and what there favourite colours are then you can build the theme around their own unique personality. It is vital that you work any interests they have into the room design, as this will make them feel comfortable, happy and safe.
2. Allow your child to help with the decorating, especially relating to colours and materials for the room as well as how they would like to display any particular items that they have. But it is important that the design should be flexible enough to be able to change with the child’s every changing tastes, needs and desires.
3. Since most children use their bedrooms not just for sleeping, but for other things as well it is important if at all possible to set up several different zones within the room. If at all possible allow for a play area and an area to be with their friends (equip it with a radio/CD player or TV/VCR) as well as an area where they can sit quietly and read. You may even decide to put up a display area using either a wall or corkboard with their favourite photos and artwork on it and don’t forget the all important shelving for them to display items that they have collected as well as trophies that they have won along with anything else they want to show off.
4. It is important to reduce the clutter in a child’s room and you could do this by using shelving, large baskets (wicker ones), plastic see through boxes and have closets/wardrobes that have plenty of shelf and rack space inside.
5. When looking to decorate the windows keep the designs simple. Use shades, blinds or short curtains and make sure the fabric is versatile and the designs complement other items in the room such as the bedding, lampshades etc.
6. It is important to include both a functional light (homework and reading) as well as a more soothing form of lighting. If you need to include a nightlight especially for children who have problems with the dark and as a safety aspect, so that they can find their way easily to the bathroom during the night if they need to.
As you will soon see by allowing your child to have an opportunity to assist in the decoration of their room not only helps to display your youthful side but gives you the chance to do some family bonding with that child. However, remember to have fun when decorating and even though the design that your child has chosen may seem strange, there are ways that you can reach a good compromise.
Buying bed linen is always fun. You can find lots of different patterns, colours, fabrics, and prices for the pieces you need. Along with the many different choices available, there are also as many different ways of caring for your precious bed linen. Colours on our linen must be protected and fibers must be treated correctly. But don’t worry too much about how to care for your choices. Each piece of bed linen you’ll buy comes with washing and care directions. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS like your life depends on it.
Proper storing of bedsheets is also essential for bedsheets care. Store your bed linens in a dry, airy closet on shelves that let air through. Do not to stuff too many bedsheets and linens together. This will restrict airflow around them. Avoid leaving bedsheets folded up in a closet or packed away for very long periods, as their fabric tends to deteriorate along the creases. Remember to place some mild moth balls (if possible use herbal moth balls) when storing your silk sheets in the closed. Chemicals in strong moth balls can damage your silk bedsheets. Here are step-by-step instructions on what to do.
- Wash and dry your washable linens before storing them.
- Remove linens from dryer while still warm so they don’t wrinkle. If they’re already cool, put them back in the dryer and dry for a couple of minutes with a moist cloth.
- Make sure sheets are completely dried and aired before folding linens.
- Store linens in a cool, dark and dry spot and not under direct sunlight
- Use cotton, linen or muslin if storing your linens in a garment bag. Don’t use anything synthetic.
- Place tags on your linens or on the shelves in your linen closet describing the type and size of item you’re storing.
- Place a lavender sachet with your linens to keep them smelling fresh.
- It’s a great idea to have at least three sets of sheets per bed. Use one on the bed, one in storage, and one in the laundry.
- Rotate the sheets sets you use (vs. the sets you store) frequently so they wear evenly.
- Change sheets twice a week in hot and humid regions.