Decorating a child’s room is such a joy. The color and laughter and happiness that room will bring is enough to make any heart flutter. Decorating for a new arrival takes time and planning, and that planning should address the numerous options one has for floor, wall and window treatments.
There are a vast number of ways to make your child’s room engaging and dynamic: contrasting bright white and deep black patterns, incorporating unexpected natural materials, and imbuing a sense of whimsy and glee. When considering the many options available to you, it is first crucial to establish a color palette. This color palette should include at least one neutral, one contrasting dark tone and at least one true color, but ideally, as many as three complementary hues. This palette will help dictate patterns, textures and tone for your child’s room.
Natural light can be a lovely light source but can be tricky to maximize with traditional window coverings like sheers or drapes. Consider instead plantation shutters or honeycomb blinds. These options give a room varying degrees of light and transition well from season to season while still providing a modicum of privacy.
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