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.
Finally, as you consider the best décor for your child's room, don't forget to get the input of the person who will be spending the most amount of time there. Place your son or daughter's name on the door, allow them a place to post pictures that they painted, and include photos of your little one with their friends and siblings. With a little forethought, careful planning, and some selective shopping, you can create the kids' decor that will have both you and your young one smiling for years to come.
Always be practical with kid's decor, and decorate with things that will help keep the room clean and organized. Be sure to create sufficient storage space to make clean up time quick and easy. Bins and shelves are great for keeping books, games, puzzles and items your child uses on a regular basis. Stickers or decals are an attractive way to touch on the decorative theme - on the walls, on bookshelves, even on dressers. They can easily be removed or painted over when the fad passes.
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