Happy Glamorous Girls Bedroom Eclectic Kids, Minneapolis
Inspiration for an eclectic gender-neutral carpeted kids' room remodel in Minneapolis with blue walls — Houzz
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Speaking of kids, you may want to let your child have a hanging chair in his or her own room. Such a cozy spot could encourage reading.
Lily Gahagan added this to
Protect, protect, protect. Replacing wall-to-wall carpet is a pain. Swapping out a rug? Far easier. For rooms prone to random stains (think nurseries and kids’ rooms), an extra rug can prevent stains from hitting the carpet… or cover up some that already made their mark.
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If you love color and pattern, then more is more! The window treatments in this room add to the bold and vibrant decor. Tip: Don't limit your search for window treatments. Stores that cater to children and teens have a great selection of curtains and shades that can work in any room.
Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to
Hanging a child’s art in her own room can be a great final touch to the room design. It’s easy to do, and affordable ready-made frames are often on sale. Consider changing out the drawings as new favorites are created to help the room evolve with the child as she grows.Find artwork for your home
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Get unique with seating. Any room can come with a regular chair, but a swinging chair is unexpected and fun, especially with green paint as an accent.