Are your kids bored ?
The Covid-19 pandemic has kept us inside, but it has not stopped our artistic and creative side. All over Social media you can scroll through feeds after feeds of how parents are passing the time with their kids. Some are baking, cooking meals, gardening but how about redecorating? That’s right! How about getting your kids involved with sprucing up their own rooms?
Spring is the perfect time to spruce up your children’s room. Whether a nursey or a tween’s room. Ask your kids what they think? Do they like their current bedspread? Do they like their dresser? Get the conversation started and get creating. What makes the perfect kid room to you?
If you need some inspiration and help. I have put together my favourite room ideas for Spring 2020. Check them out below!
Colour and more colour! Be bold this spring!
Use as much pastel as you wish. This simple light blue paint brings pop to all the pink and purple accents. Try a bright throw pillow as a start!
This is a great idea for the tween in your home. The mix of light and bold colors brings a pop to any space. Try this style by adding a floral prints to great area rug.
Let’s talk about the colour green. It is the must have colour for spring 2020. From the gorgeous mint green to forest green. It adds pop to any multi-colored or pastel room. It’s gender neutral and perfect for any nursery because it adds a bit of calm to the room.
Got a superhero in the making? You will be the coolest parents on the whole block by adding a his or her favourite comic heroes to their room. Create this look by adding wall paper comic book stripes. This superhero themed fits any kind of space.
Kids and toys go hand in hand but that doesn’t mean you need to compromise space. Adding simple totes and roll away storages underneath the bed leaves ample amount of room for imagination.
Get creative with these ideas and spring into a new look! Share these ideas on Social media. Use this hashtag #KIDSDECORTETOO
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