An easier and perhaps less troublesome, alternative is a magnetic white board, which could be turned into a fun and constantly changing exhibition space. Galvanized metal can be bought at a home center and mounted onto a wall or closet door to create a super-sized magnet board. Because metal edges can be sharp, make sure the panel is set into the recesses of the door or has no edges exposed to little hands. You can use assorted fanciful, decorative magnets to attach artwork, photos and ephemera.
It's no secret that the real secret to perfecting the art of kids' decor doesn't lie in the furniture, room size, or even lighting. No, to truly create a space that your little one will treasure for years, it all comes down to those final touches. You want your child to regard their room or play space as their own personal haven-a place where they can escape and feel comfortable and secure at all times.
The first thing that comes to mind when decorating a room are the walls. Painting the walls in bright colors sets well with the mood of a kid's room. A wall treatment with appeal for children is chalkboard paint, which comes in black and green. This paint is exactly what you might expect: a dense, opaque liquid that can be used as a chalkboard after it dries. Bear in mind that chalk makes dust, which is the enemy of dark carpets, not to mention the allergies it can cause.
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