I stripped the paint from the green dressers and repainted them in a glossy white and added new handles. We found bunk beds in the "want ads" and painted them white as well. The walls got a coating of a light shade of purple flat latex paint that coordinated well with the sheets. We added black and white bean bag chairs, a television and a desk for homework. I decided to be supportive when she wanted to hang movie and rock posters, like GREASE and KISS, on her walls. Others were added and rotated over time.
Remember the bedroom is the place for you to unwind. It should be a safe haven to relax and let sleep take over. Thus your bedroom needs to have calming elements. That means no TV or stereo, or pets allowed. These are the common distractions that we often let into our bedrooms. So to make sure that your bedroom is a great place for you to recuperate after a long day, here are some bedroom decorating suggestions.
Starting with the furniture, instead of old, boring chairs, you can get beanbag chairs which will give the kids a cool place to sit and stay off the bed. With a low desk or table, they can sit and do their homework and feel like they are relaxing at the same time. Another great kid's bedroom decorating idea is wall hanging bookshelves and organizers. They are great looking and have the added benefit of keeping the bookshelves off the floor to give the room a "bigger" feel. Another totally cool idea is a personalized skateboard rack that hangs on the wall. Not only do they look great but they keep the skateboards off the floor and out from under the bed.
Bedroom Tuesday , July 10th , 2018 - 19:16:44 PM
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