Bedroom. Friday , February 02nd , 2018 - 01:00:13 AM
Model. Get a piece of paper and scale a model of the bedroom so that you can see what furniture you want and where you want to keep it. You can decide what size of bed you are going to have and how much room you have for furniture. This will save time rearranging furniture to see how you want the room decorated and will help you to come up with ideas of what will fit in your teenager's bedroom as well.
Space. If your child is not afraid of the dark, a space theme can be a real winner. A black, dark blue or deep purple base color, decorated with stars, planets and space rockets can be really evocative of the theme in question. It is even possible to get non-toxic glow in the dark paint for the stars, so that they are still visible even when the light is turned off. If you are precise, you can decorate the stars in the patterns of real constellations, so that your child will become familiar with and comfortable with the night sky outside.
Step 1: Wall Color. This is very important because the color of the walls is a hallmark to a modern bedroom. Think outside the box and consider the new neutral shades of greens and grays. These create a soothing background for contemporary bedrooms that is more interesting and trendy than boring shades of beige. Another option is red, a daring choice that works well with the Asian themes that founded the modern bedroom designs of today. In case you decide not do that step, you can opt for the color that is currently on your walls. Even if it is just plain white, the selections that you make for the rest of the room can make almost any color workable.
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