Shoji screens can also be used to define which space "belongs" to which child, without losing floor space or blocking light. Although traditional shoji screens can be difficult to find and expensive, any novice carpenter can build a sliding screen. Instead of rice paper, use canvas or cotton duck fabric if you have younger children; rice paper is too fragile to withstand abuse from curious toddlers.
One of the most common ways of decorating kids rooms is to get a pre-designed collection of their favorite princess or super hero: bed spread, sheets, pillow cases, curtains, lamp shades. We've all see the cookie cutter kid decor, but there are many other creative, inexpensive, do-it-yourself ways to jazz up a child's bedroom without spending a fortune on someone else's idea of a decorating style.
For older children and teens, you may want to consider a little different of a kids decor choice but still a favorite that requires splitting the room with tall shelves, and building a desk or table on each side of the shelves for added stability. Two desk armoires, placed back to back, with shelves on either side, will accomplish the same effect. If there is a window on only one side of the room, provide extra lighting for the opposite side of the room. Have each child choose wall art that expresses their interests and makes their space even more special.
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