Child's Play Guide to Decorating

Designing a room with your child is a great way to spend quality time together.  It's also a great opportunity for them to express their thoughts and opinions with you.

One way to keep things fun is to incorporate a theme into the room's interior design.  Remember that a child's interests change rapidly so keep the project simple and flexible.

Wall stickers are a great choice as they're inexpensive, come in a variety of themes, cover large areas and are easy to put up and take down.  This flexibility gives your child the freedom to shape the look and feel themselves.  Stickers are also a great way to create boundaries if your kids share a room.

Display tables and shelves are an excellent way to showcase decorative items.  Framing family photos or your child's artwork in bright or homemade frames is another nice personal touch.  Finally, attractive storage baskets are great accessories and make tidying up a cinch!

A child's vision of a perfect room isn't usually as complex or as costly as you'd expect.  With just enthusiasm alone, you can make your child's day by decorating their room with a few simple items rather than investing weeks of time and lots of money.


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