Whether it’s a lick of paint, colourful storage solutions or ways to make the room just a little bit brighter, we are bursting with fun and almost-free ideas to spruce up their all-important bedrooms and play rooms.These children’s room ideas are simple tricks and tweaks that don’t cost the earth – but they can have serious style impact.Your tween is at a transitional age, so here are some tips for designing a tween room that will grow into a teen room.
Kid’s room decor should be versatile to adapt to their growing age, but also fun for them, as they have to live in the space.
If you’re struggling to try and find furniture that doesn’t have to be replaced every year, here are a few tips to grow up with your child.
Even if you don't have a picture ledge like above, prop them up book store style on top of shelves. Rearrange: When I Style Cured my kids' shared room, I had two small rugs pushed together.
Simply separating them made the room feel larger and gave some definition to each child's bed.
Does it seem like you just went shopping for a nursery crib and now your teenager is growing out of their bed!