We have good intentions about decorating our kids’ rooms, we really do. But, you know, life happens and somehow…
Enough with regrets–let’s get inspired about those darling little spaces instead! Your little people will be delighted and you’ll be happier every time you walk in their rooms. Happy is reason enough, right?. But here’s the practical bonus (in case your husband needs convincing this is a priority): with planned new storage and a mental picture of what fabulous looks like, cleaning up will be quicker and easier than ever. Even the kids will want to get in on it!
The large windows let lots of sunshine into my client’s nursery, so the navy accent wall is not overpowering. And look how it sets off the hot pinks and white of the furniture! (Psst–we even painted the ceiling hot pink! Sassy!)
Presto, change-o! Paint is your cheapest decorating tool! With pretty pink paint, inexpensive molding and new knobs, this ho-hum chest became a showstopper.
The changing table likewise benefited from the power of pink. Speaking of change, how much change did we achieve with a little paint and some well-chosen accessories? See, you can DO THIS!
Sister’s room likewise got a makeover with soft aqua walls and a deeper blue ceiling to cozy up the space. The furniture was fine, it just needed a little ooh-la-la in accessories to sweeten it up and tie the pink and blue together.
What kinds of projects are you doing or considering at your house? What’s the most challenging aspect of doing children’s rooms for you?
Need some help envisioning kid spaces? We could work on it together! Let’s talk!