If you have kids then it’s a safe bet that at some point or another you’ve had to stop them from drawing on the walls in various rooms of the house or cover it up with […]
If your child’s room needs a bit of a spruce up and you really can’t decide on what to do or how to give the room that va-va-va-voom factor, why not consider bringing in some of the wall decals that are becoming increasingly available. Decals are just super sized stickers that you stick on the wall and they usually peel off without a trace, meaning that they can be moved around and reused for a different look now and again.
So you’re buying furniture for your kids and there’s just so much to choose from that it’s somewhat of a mindboggling exercise. Obviously you will have set a budget on what you want to spend (or have some idea at least) so once you’ve decided on a price you’ll still be confronted with a huge array to choose from. One of the main considerations will be whether to buy traditional looking furniture or something really contemporary that’s been designed to be big on kid-appeal – something pink and glitzy or bright and cartoony. There are advantages with both choices and the final choice really is up to you.
Well, it all depends on who you are decorating the room for. If you are planning a decor theme that starts your portfolio bid to become the next Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen or Anouska Hempel. From a child’s perspective the classic design no no won’t matter one jot so if that’s what they want then you should go ahead and use your next dining room make over to kick start your portfolio.