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.
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.
For many otherwise style savvy parents, the idea of putting together a fabulous and functional child's bedroom can be a daunting one. But the truth is, kids' decor doesn't have to be a scary proposition. In fact, decorating your little one's room should be an experience that's just as playful and fun as your child is.
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