Consider a toddler bed that converts to a twin, or a trundle that will serve for toy storage today and sleepover space as your little one grows up. And whatever style you decide on, make sure that it is sturdy and well built enough to live through those adventurous young years.
Throw rugs bring in color and can be switched out easily and at little cost. They also do a great job of protecting the floor from damage, crumbs and kiddie messes. Lighting can also play a role in the decor of kids rooms. A bit of spray paint on an old shade or lamp base can make a big difference, and it's easy for the child to help with a simple project like this.
However, it's essential to consider your child's bedroom theme carefully. Keep in mind that a movie or character that they love today might quickly become outdated. Few parents have the time and money to renovate their child's room completely every couple of years! Instead, plan for kids' décor with a longer shelf life, and one that they can grow into as they (and their tastes) mature. For example, a ball and bat adorned comforter, baseball wall border, and sports memorabilia decorations can all be swapped out with minimal expense and effort when your little leaguer decides he's now more interested in car racing than home base.
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