Decorating a child’s room can be frustrating. Between trying to meet the needs of your child and finding a cohesive style you can find yourself being pulled in several directions. But with a few core pieces you can build a style that is unique to your child that will have everything you need to make sure everyone is happy.
A good set of curtains can help to tie a room together without being too obtrusive. Picking a bright primary color like red or yellow can keep from making a room too feminine or too masculine, which is important when decorating a nursery or preparing a room for multiples.
Childrens rugs at AnnaBean.com are another way to tie a room together without having to use things like licensed characters or more specific themes. A rug can make all the difference when it comes to making a room feel warm, both aesthetically and physically. Rugs are great choices for nurseries and children’s bedrooms that have wood floors as they can take the chill out of the floor for little feet.
A good bookcase can make or break the look of the room. Again, primary colors are king when it comes to decorating a room. While you can easily deck a girl’s room out in all pinks, look to use accent colors to make the most of the space. Use a silver dresser with pink walls and sheer white curtains. For boy colors, try using blue walls with red curtains and a flame pattern on the bookcase