For children, there are myriad themes that are common to all families. Nowadays children love to sleep in rooms that reflect their personal interests as they evolve with their growing up years. Nature, rough terrains, cowboys or the jungle are generally favorites with children. Animals they learn of in school make good themes in their bedrooms.
You have to consider the theme color of your bedroom, as the rest of the decorating ideas would be affected by the color you choose. Imagine that you use soft color and then you also choose some furniture in a softer color, I think your master bedroom would looks pale, like no spirit inside, no focal point.
Since teens are in a unique age and stage, things cannot be left fully to their choices. Still, they should have their say where that free choice is unlikely to create any complications. Color is one such and paints have myriad shades these days to choose from. Guidance in color choice can be given to the kids, saying that bright colors and solid neutrals do go well. Whatever the final choice, involvement of both generations in decision making is advised for better selection. The neutral shades, often called 'non-colors' are always best for teenagers. Such colors may not be very trendy, but then those are stable colors and the youngsters are unlikely to be disgruntled with it when fads change. Shades of pink are good for girls who love to give their rooms a feminine look. Greens which are not very bright, and navy blue, suit the bedrooms of both girls and boys.
Bedroom Saturday , July 14th , 2018 - 08:48:22 AM
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