3. Let Kids Express Their Style
A child’s room will truly feel like their own space if you allow her to weigh in on the design choices. True, she won’t be into turquoise and tone-on-tone stripes forever, but this colorful teen lair is pitch-perfect for a style-savvy teen.
4. Create High Impact/Low Cost Artwork
Like icing on the cake, artwork adds the finishing touch. For less than $20, RMSer KristianArt created an eye-catching focal point above her daughter’s bed by painting a large board in colors pulled from the bedding.
5. Plan for Play
Hanging bubble chairs and plenty of open floor space create an irresistible indoor play area for kids eliminating rainy-day cries of, “I’m bored!”.
6. Add a Workspace
Homework isn’t such a chore when there’s an organized and dedicated area set aside for it, put this tight space between two closets to work with a custom-made desk and floating shelves.