Blondelle Georges,Thursday, November 12th 2015, 14:36:47 PM. When is the last time you’ve gone to an amusement park or on vacation to a children’s theme park? Have you noticed all of the inspiring colors they use throughout the interiors, rides, and outdoor activities? Color is what makes a child’s life vivid, creative and fun. Why not bring some of this whimsical nature back to your home and into their bedroom? Whether your son or daughter prefers bold color blocking or prefers softer tones that look like a fairytale, help them make their bedroom the best place to retreat to in the house. Here are a few ways to inspire with color in every part of their room.
Desarae Salomon,Friday, August 14th 2015, 06:20:48 AM. A teen’s room should be more mature than a child’s, but not quite completely adult. Choose decor options that blend the two together – such as a fun headboard. Tufted headboards are a classic style that is both mature and playful, and can even be homemade. One of the best ways to liven up a room is to add a splash of color – and what better way to do so than with a fresh coat of paint? Let your kid pick out their favorite hue. Create an accent wall, or go crazy and paint the whole room.
Blondelle Georges,Wednesday, August 12th 2015, 21:00:12 PM. Adults get to plan and decorate every room of the home and often a child’s room is the only place where they have a say as to the decor and design. Ask your child what they would love their room to look like. If they are younger, pull ideas from their favorite television characters, athletes, activities and exciting books they love to read. Carry these colors and themes into the walls with colorful paint, wallpaper, and wall murals to instantly transform their room. If you need help deciding visit your local paint or home improvement store. The paint section has a wide variety of pre–selected kids room paint and wallpaper combinations to take the guesswork out of deciding.
Villetta Wagner,Tuesday, August 11th 2015, 18:02:37 PM. Unlike many other areas within the home, a dining room is a place built solely for the purpose of entertaining guests and presenting a meal. Due to its function, homeowners are presented with the unique opportunity to really go above and beyond with their design. However, it can also be easy to err on the side of traditional. In order to break out of your hum drum décor habits, consider a few tips for a dining room that is sure to impress.
Bel Langlais,Saturday, August 08th 2015, 14:39:06 PM. The misconception among many homeowners is that by not committing to any particular style and by randomly putting together your favorite pieces of decor one can create an eclectic living space. This could not be more far off from the truth, as eclectic style demands as much, if not a lot more, discipline than any other decorating style around. Sure, it throws convention out the window, mixes contrasting hues, styles, textures and even eras together in a charming and cheerful setting, but it still needs to be carefully curated. That is the mantra; with an eclectic living room, you are showcasing your effervescent and unique personality in a ‘curated’ fashion. We do not kid when we say that this is a style that is far harder to master than many others simply because there are no set rules and rigidly defined boundaries. It is all about achieving that perfect balance between order and chaos, contrast and cohesion, method and madness.
Celestiel Tardy,Friday, August 07th 2015, 19:16:26 PM. Children love color and adults do too for that matter! When bringing in new organization, ensure that color, patterns, textures and other visually appealing design elements are part of the organization system. Built–ins or custom wall units are a favorite of many parents because they don’t take up a lot of space and they can be painted to match the interiors of your child’s room or playroom. Use color to help them organize. Different color shelves can help them sort toys by size, shape, or even just display their favorite stuffed animals without them consuming their bed or floor space.
Darcey Chene,Tuesday, August 04th 2015, 19:09:27 PM. Depending on your decorative style choose colorful accents to bring the room together visually. Table or pendant lamps are a great place to start. Match lampshades with surrounding decorative colors and then mimic these colors in window treatments, bedding, and area rugs. Area rugs are a creative way to bring a burst of color and can change seasonally or whenever your little one gets them dirty! Another great idea is to take colors found in the decor and frame pictures of the same materials or colors. This bedroom has used the orange, purple, and green as the theme and utilized color blocking in the textiles as well as the wall decorations. This is a simple way to infuse colors in a multitude of ways.
Desarae Salomon,Sunday, August 02nd 2015, 13:29:53 PM. Secondly, do not be afraid to choose chairs that boast bright colors or bold patterns – especially if your table and place settings are somewhat subdued. If you’re not prepared to invest in brand new chairs, consider reupholstering older chairs with a durable and trendy new fabric. You can further personalize your dining room by choosing chairs with interesting shapes. For small dining rooms, consider seating made from acrylic – this helps give the illusion of additional space.
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