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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Kid’s décor parents will love

Among the most creative and challenging decorating jobs around the house is in the kid's room. With opportunities for vibrant colors--and mixing and matching--the kid's room offers parents a chance to add something eye-catching and fun. Whether it's toys, art and designs, decorating a kid's room often reflects the personality and interests of the child. If you are ready to take on the challenge, here are some kid’s décor that you will definitely love.

Eye Candy: Displaying Kids Art
This is genius. Use an inexpensive curtain rod and curtain clip rings to hang art. Pieces are easy to change out. BONUS: Art can be hung here to dry as well.

Fun with Chalkboard Paint
Create a fun, functional chalkboard in any room of your home with paint that is erasable, washable, and durable enough to stand up to lots of little hands.

Need more storage?
Clear the shelves by stuffing pillow covers with plush toys and extra bedding. Then plop them on the ground for a comfy place to sit.

Adorable Wall Decals
Choose from a variety of beautifully created labels designed to give bare walls design and flair, with very little effort

Tack It On
A corkboard gives your child a place to post their favorite magazine clippings, photos, and ticket stubs — and keeps you from filling in a bunch of holes in the wall. Also, cut a piece of Plexiglas to fit her desk, to slip memorabilia underneath. Stop magazines and notebooks from littering the floor with a hanging rack.

Photos Courtesy of Andrew McCaul, Fiona Kate, and Urban Cottage


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