Bedroom. Thursday , February 08th , 2018 - 07:27:35 AM
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.
2. Toss it out: top interior decorators noted that the number one sin they witnessed was people who were afraid to throw things out. Having too much \"stuff\" in too little space is a recipe for decorating disaster, because your space will look disorganized and cluttered. Your very best bedroom decor ideas will be wasted if nobody can see them.
3. Alter the furniture. Rearrange the location of the furniture in the bedroom so that the room looks new. You do not necessarily put all old furniture back in the room. Choose only the most needed ones to create more spacious space for your teen. Painting the old furniture with color contrasting or related to the new wall pain will also create a different ambiance. As teens usually have many things to keep, mounting shelves on the wall for keeping books, displays, or other inventories is suggested.
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