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Bunk Beds Are Great Choice For Your Kids Room – Kids of all ages love bunk beds and loft beds because they offer more floor space, a little adventure, and a cozy nest for sleeping. Bunk beds, futon bunks, and ladders are now available online so they are easier than ever to purchase.
Bunk beds help even the most lackadaisical kids to get at least a moment of exercise. Climbing up and down the ladder of a bunk bed helps build strength in the arms and legs, gives a brief cardiovascular boost, and helps kids develop better muscular coordination.
African Safari Home Decor For Children’s Room – For those who can’t make it to the wilds of Africa and experience a safari first hand, how about bringing the safari right to your home.The popularity of African safari home decor has been literally exploding in the past few years and has become a very popular form of decoration for children’s rooms. Parents are going online in droves looking for ideas to decorate their kid’s rooms but the truth is, you don’t need to spend a fortune doing it. You could head to the nearest exotic shop and buy African safari home decor but if you are on a budget, then this cost could become rather prohibitive.
Let’s take a look a few ideas to turn your son’s or daughter’s room into a safari setting. Remember, this can be an ongoing project so it doesn’t need to be done in a hurry.
Garden Themed Teen’s Bedroom – Maybe it is time to select a new theme for your teen daughter. Have you considered using a garden theme? Such a theme is ideal for daughters who have grown out of ‘girly’ themes, but are not yet ready for themes that are more mature. A garden theme is light enough for teens. Here are some tips for creating a garden themed bedroom for your teen daughter:
1. Focus on flowers to create a country cottage theme
The key to a country cottage theme is flowers. Use wallpaper borders with flowers or outdoor cutouts on the walls.
Teen’s Bedroom Furniture Ideas – Teenagers and their bedrooms is a messy subject. It’s messy because teens are generally messy, and their bedrooms usually reflect their chaotic and developing brains. So while your emerging adult may still have vestiges of the younger years in that room – a favorite childhood stuffed animal under the bed, a Pokémon poster on the wall – the clutter just might be due to lack of suitable storage space more than just forgetting your requests to ‘clean that room!’
A new mattress is almost certainly necessary!
Most kids move from the crib to a toddler bed at around age two, and on to a ‘big boy/big girl’ twin around four. Give or take the age of your younger teen, that’s about ten years.