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.
There are a lot of natural ways of decorating your bedroom. For example, you can use natural gifts like wonderful looking sea shells, glass, pine cones etc. Using these items can result in a brilliant texture to the bedroom decoration.
For smaller kids, having colorful canvas prints hanging on the wall of their room that incorporates all the letters of the alphabet and all the numbers gives them something interesting to look at and gets them interested in learning. Another cool thing for their walls are schoolhouse picture frames which give them somewhere they can save pictures of all their friends. As a great kid's bedroom decorating idea, having picture frames that open up so kids can put their newest artwork in them not only lets them show it off, but keeps it from being stuffed in a pile or tossed on a shelf.
Bedroom Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 18:29:06 PM
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