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1) Mix Materials and Textures
To create a rich, interesting layered look don’t be afraid to combine and contrast materials! From rustic woods, to metals, leather and rope.
Try mixing it up materials from different seasons. It’s about putting fears and conventions aside and experimenting until you find something that feels right and makes you happy.
2) Use the Art you Love
When it comes to art, make it a true expression of what you really like. Don’t be afraid to buy what you love regardless of whether you think it’s going work in he space.
Often, it’s the art work that makes the greatest design statements, including framed kids artwork. It really doesn’t work in the space intended, you’ll find a home for it elsewhere.
3) Kid’s room with “Room for Growth”
Decorating children’s bedrooms can be a challenge, but it is a great way for them to express their personalities, and also an opportunity for parents to learn more about their kids. Considering that the rooms will need to grow and change as they mature.
To make sure you don’t end up with a style that your child is going to quickly outgrow, follow these design basics:
Choose flexible furnishings: Go with a style of furniture that has simple lines.
Give them room to grow. Children need plenty of space to move, play, store clothes and entertain friends.
Let the kids have a say. Allow them to be creative and express their own personality by allowing them to choose some of the furniture and color schemes.