Finding a theme when considering kid's décor is not as hard as you might at first think. It works better if you involve the child or children concerned in the process. Remember it is their room and they will be spending a huge portion of their time within its walls. You might want to stay away from any kid's décor that has frightening connotations.
You can also let your kids express themselves in their room by letting them display some of their favorite things and hobbies. If your child is into music or sports, they can display some of their instruments or sporting equipment in a stylish and creative way. If they enjoy comic books or writing, let them show off their favorites in their room how they want. This will allow their personality to shine through and grow. Turn your child's art into a stylish wall decoration by framing some of their favorite pieces. Display the art in an interesting manner by hanging them in a pattern on the wall. You'll not only show that everything they make is special, but it will let your child express themselves as individuals. It'll help boost your child's self-esteem by posting their artwork, awards, and achievements.
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.
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