Teen bedroom is an escape and a place to hang out with your friends, so it’s important that it fits your personality. Teenagers feel like they need a power boost in their life, and you can magically transform teen’s everyday mood with a makeover for their teenage room! Involve your teen in the design process so you can come up with a cool design that you both can agree on. Decorating of teen room can be a fun project that you and your teenager can do together. Start with a good plan and determine your budget first. If money is tight, discuss ways to add more money to your decorating project.
The furniture you choose to put in kid’s play room depends mostly on your family’s definition of “play room.” If your play room is for a toddler to have lots of running room, your furniture will differ greatly from the play room designed to give adults the feel of a sports bar atmosphere.
If your kid’s play room is designed with a mobile child in mind, you probably will not need much furniture. An appropriately sized table for the child to sit at while coloring or drawing, playing with puzzles or doing crafts is a must along with a sturdy chair. A good toy box that could double as a hope chest for the child later is another good furniture item to include in the kid’s room. Throw in a couple of chairs for the kids to wallow on and your furniture needs are met!
In our attempt to revert back to a green lifestyle, it’s only fitting to use green principles when designing a baby’s room. After all, a newborn will spend an average of 17 hours a day in their nursery, and it should be an environment filtered from toxins.
Here are some of the key points to consider when setting up a green baby nursery.
Paint: Use one of the new water-based, low-volatile organic compound paints and take your friends or family up on their request to help. If you’re pregnant, you shouldn’t be doing the painting. Try and complete the paint job at least a month before baby arrives to give it time to cure.