Published at Thursday, June 08th 2017. by Aiglentina Gross in Bedroom.
Toddler boys bedroom with natural day bed, security rail as well as matching nightstand as well as dresser. Do not stick to gender stereotypes ― It's so liberating to break free from design conventions as well as there's nothing more refreshing than seeing a non―blue boy's bedroom or non―pink girl's space. There are so many options out there: go for pillar―box red accents, a palette of soothing greens or even a smart charcoal blackboard―paint feature wall, as seen here. We adore rooms that let little boys' big imaginations soar. Even if he is not old enough to be the captain of a boat, he can still be the captain of his bed.
Turn the bedroom a playroom, too ― Children often play in the living room as well as kitchen, so we tend to keep toys in those areas. If you have the space, though, keeping a child's toys in their room is a practical option. I worked with a 2 year old to put together his big boy bedroom before the arrival of his little sister! What fun! Educational value ― Not only inspiring but educational, this boy's bedroom features a large map of the world, encouraging endless possibilities for his imagination to run wild. Primary colours, a clean design concept as well as fun accents are brought together to play a supporting role to the massive mural behind the bed.
Use it in a child's room ― Duck egg blue has the right blend of sophistication as well as friendliness to make it ideal for a child's room. It's a shade a child will not quickly grow out of, or a parent object to! It's also easy to funk it up a little, as this bedroom illustrates. Light bulb wall stickers add some fun, while striped bedding brings energy to the scheme as well as a wooden chest of drawers supplies some contrasting dark colour.
Use as a feature wall ― Black has long been a favoured shade in teenage bedrooms, but these days it's cropping up just on feature walls, rather than covering floor to ceiling. In a narrow space like this room, it adds depth as well as draws the eye towards the furniture, rather than the window, which helps the room to feel less corridor―like.
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