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Child's room needs to be attractive and safe to suit youngsters and parents
May 11 2011
Decorating a child's room should take into account the changing interests of a youngster to come up with a space that makes them feel comfortable.
Decoration of a child's room should reflect his or her interests.
"A child's room will truly feel like their own space if you allow them to weigh in on the design choices," recommends HGTV.com.
From a parent's point of view, those choices also need to be safe ones. For instance, cordless blinds will look good with virtually any design a child desires, while putting the parents at ease. They can be lifted or tilted to control light without cords that can be a safety hazard for young children.
One idea that the website suggests is to create artwork in line with a child's interests, and make it in colors that come from those used to decorate the room. An eye-catching focal point above the bed can be made in colors from the bedding ensemble.
A child's room needs to be outfitted with furniture that is not only attractive, but child-friendly. There should be no sharp edges or small moveable parts that can be easily removed and surfaces need to be easy to clean.
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