Published at Monday, 23 December 2019. Kids Room. By Genoveva Wagenknecht.
Easy to put up, inexpensive and (usually) pretty easy to remove, wall stickers are a great alternative to wallpaper in a small kid"s bedroom. This is where those beloved minions can some into play, since stickers` peel-off properties means you can give in to their ever changing obsessions and just switch up the stickers as they grow up.
You can sometimes use the fact that the decor changes to your advantage and use the space to be a little more experimental — so you can try something a little risky that you might not do in the more traditional parts of the house.
It`s going to be tough to set a color story for your newborn that`s going to be able to serve your child all the way through high school, so, think about colors that you can adapt as they grow older. A newborn`s nursery all decked out in soft, baby pink and cream could easily transition into soft pink with gray or navy as they get older. Just think about using colors that you can combine in new ways to keep the room age-appropriate as your kids get older. Also keep non-traditional color stories as options. We did a marvelous nursery a few years back all in sage green and pale yellow. Sometimes avoiding traditional pink and light blue can give the space a bit more longevity.
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