If there’s one thing teenagers are good at, it’s being different and expressing themselves so I guess we can all learn a thing or to from them. There are plenty of ways in which you can personalize a teenager girl’s room and give it more character so keep your eyes peeled for inspiration.
Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you have to put your home decorating style on hold! In fact, quite the opposite – having kids simply allows you to be more creative and hands-on with your décor ideas (just be sure to choose your “hands-on” textiles carefully…leather sofa and outdoor rug, anyone?). This section provides loads of fun kid-friendly DIY projects, holiday décor, great kids’ bedroom ideas, and so much more.
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of a teenager’s wall décor is posters. And while covering the walls and doors with images of favorite actors, musicians and video games is tempting, especially when it’s a teen boy’s décor where’s talking about, there are other, more stylish ways to deal with the wall design. Perhaps something a bit more elevated would allow you to express yourself in a more fashionable way.
Designing and decorating the nursery room is always fun and beautiful but not nearly as easy as it may seem. First of all, you have to make a choice. Will it be a décor that matches the rest of the house or will it be cheerful and playful, full of color? There are lots of options to choose from.
When trying to figure out the best design for a baby boy nursery room, we often find ourselves lost in a sea of cliches. One of the first steps when creating a decor is choosing the color palette. Here’s where it gets difficult. It’s not easy to ignore the obvious choices and to turn your attention to other options. This is also valid when designing baby girls nurseries. But we’ll talk more about that in another article. Let’s now focus on the boys and the best options for their first rooms.
Although it has become a symbol and a defining color for boys and pink the color for girls, there are lots of other options as well. So try to be different and to distance yourself from the cliches.
When baby comes along, you want a warm, happy nursery. The crib is the main focal point of the room, so here are some ideas to make yours more creative.
Four Poster Crib.
Transform your child’s crib into a four poster marvel. This is a unique bed idea and the four poster structure is also a great way to add lights or a mosquito net to the crib for a fairy tale feeling.
The term loft can have several different meanings but right now we’re interested in the one that describes it as a large adaptable open space. There are many ingenious and creative ways in which you can organize and decorate a loft. Today we’re going to discuss how you can design such a space so that the kids can use it and enjoy it.
Let’s say you live in a house or in an apartment with high ceilings. This gives you a great opportunity to come up with numerous great design ideas for the kids’ room. You can use bunk beds if it’s a shared room so you save some floor space which can be used as a play area or, if it’s not a shared space, you can still opt for a suspended bed for the same reason.
Located in Berlin, this playful and fun kindergarten was designed by local firm Baukind. Originally, this used to be a salt sauna and it has been transformed into the lovely space it is not. The kindergarten has a minimalist but fun and playful look.
The space was designed for children so it’s colorful and cheerful. In order to build this space, most of the former sauna had to be demolished. Only the original framework was preserved in terms of major features. There are also two other elements that have been incorporated into the new design: the tactile salt walls and the little sauna cabin in the washroom.