If you are a creative person, it is easy to convert the room of your kid into something magical, with a little money. Here are some affordable kids’ room decorating tips you can use when designing and arranging a playful and creative room for your kid.
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When designing your kid’s room, make sure to keep things at his or her height. This will help your kid stay organized. Your kid will use the coat racks, closet storage and benches more often if it is easy to get to them.
Creating a playroom is easy enough if it is being designed for just one age group of children; however, it becomes a little more difficult when it has to serve the needs of toddlers and teens alike. Fortunately,
Lofts often go to waste which is a shame, considering the opportunities presented to homeowners by converting their loft into an extra room. The possibilities loft conversions present are often very enticing
An article looking at different ways of decorating your child's nursery. Welcoming home a new arrival is a very exciting prospect, we take a look at some ideas on how to make your nursery the perfect home
When it comes to enhancing your household, the bedroom is by far the most important room to think about. It is here where you’ll wake up and go to sleep each day, so you should make sure that everything
When designing your dream nursery the cot is perhaps the most important element and will often be the centrepiece of the room. Almost all new Mums will base their nursery furniture design around the
If you have a special little girl, you’ll want to supply her with a unique sleeping environment that reflects her sense of style and personality. This can be difficult to do as there is quite a variety
Every inch of space is vital in a closet. In fact, most people don’t realize that a closet has so much dead space that can be put to use. However, people are often at a loss of how to do so. In fact,
Design number 1: Feeling blue
In what must have been a feat of patience and restraint, Toronto designer Meredith Heron waited until her son, Luke, was nearly two years old before she decorated his nursery.