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Many times we do not give importance to our children’s room, we believe it is worth investing much money in it, because children grow quickly, and tastes change constantly. But it’s worth Decorate the room, they will feel more comfortable, and be motivated to sleep and play in their fourth child. The important thing is to know what they like with them, and on that basis, decorating a bedroom you like it and activate your imagination. We’ll show you some ideas.
Room with animal motifs
If your child likes animals, you can encourage this inclination with pictures of beautiful animals, use animal print fabrics to make curtains, sheets, bedspreads, cushions. In this room the walls painted stripes combine well with other orange and red colors chosen.
Looking for small animals
If the child is curious about the fauna and flora, if you collect twigs, insects, and all kinds of small vermin, you can decorate your room with this topic. Use shades of blue, blue and green plants draw on the wall, frogs, insects.
Fourth color for girls
If a girl sure loves bright colors. pink, yellow, green, blue, you feel happy in a world with all the colors of the rainbow.
For lovers of the aliens
For those who care for unknown life forms, using motifs of this type is not a bad idea.
Rooms for siblings
If two or more children who must share a room, bunk beds are always a good option, especially if the room is small. This room is ideal for such a girl and a boy. With the choice of colors, red and blue, they feel very comfortable both.
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These tones are well-suited to a teenager’s room. It’s not a girl, but neither is a woman, so you will enjoying the bright colors, but not so childish.
Pop art for girls
A teenage girl almost like hearts, polka dots, swirls, pop décor sure you will love.