Interior Design and Home Decor

- Rhythm - Develop the illusion of visual excitement through motion by laying out your space in such a manner that the viewer's eye keeps moving from point to point. This should not be confused with spreading items all around.

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- Rhythm - Develop the illusion of visual excitement through motion by laying out your space in such a manner that the viewer's eye keeps moving from point to point. This should not be confused with spreading items all around.

In terms of colours, use pastels to create cosy and inviting spaces. Neutral colours soothe and relax your child. If your child likes vivid colours you could create wall murals or ceiling pictures bringing their favourite toy figures or favourite images and themes to life. Remember children lose interest easily and change their tastes and `favourites` quickly. Unless you want to change your kidâs room decor frequently, steer your discussions in favour of neutral colours on walls and furniture and be more creative with room accessories.

So you are planning to decorate your kidâs room. Where do you start? If you are decorating the room for your baby or very young toddler, the initial planning decisions will be yours (you may of course consult professional interior designers if your budget stretches that far) and the project will be designed and carried out by you.

Basic Interior Design Principles

It is useful at this stage, before you give free rein to your childâs imagination and tastes, to bear in mind safety and the practical issues of maintenance. Children will want to play as freely as possible without you having to worry about the decor therefore hardwood floors and vinyls are useful. Wallpaper that can be wiped clean may also be a consideration. Wall-to-wall carpeting may be a problem for children with allergies and also difficult to clean. Curtains, rugs, pillows and bedding should be easily removable and machine washable. Some safety considerations both in terms of kids room decor and room accessories might be finding furniture with curves instead of sharp corners or making use of recesses in walls to build in furniture and storage areas.


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