Easy Updates for Kids’ Rooms

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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.

3. Let Kids Express Their Style
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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.

4. Create High Impact_Low Cost Artwork
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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!”.

5. Plan for Play
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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.

6. Add a Workspace
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