4 Asian Kids Decor
Playing with the decor in a child's room can be incredibly fun, but it can also be incredibly overwhelming. The best thing you can do is have fun! Since these little accessories are usually much less expensive than furniture, they're not as much of an investment, and can be playful and take risks. Don't be afraid to go outside of the box — since this is a child's room, you can take some risks that you wouldn't normally be able to take. But be careful not to invest too much into trends. If you do, use them with smaller items rather than big-ticket items. You want to try and decorate with the next few years in mind. And of course, prioritize what is needed over what is wanted. Don't get trapped into thinking that certain decorative items are necessary to make your child's room a special place! Stay within your budget. More
Feasting on bamboo is one of the friendly panda`s favorite things to do. Happily depicted snacking on his favorite meal, this adorable panda also serves as a great way to teach your children the value of a dollar. Cast from resin and hand painted with love, this large savings bank (10 inches tall,...
Whether you've adopted a child from Asia or your own child's heritage stems from Asia, this darling wall plaque lets her know how special she is. Customize the plaque with your child's name, which can be written in English, Chinese, Vietnamese or any other language.
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