One of the main things is to keep it nice and simple, overdoing the colour scheme, using lots of patterns, bulky furniture and lots of accessories will just make the space look cluttered and untidy, simple clean lines and quality oak mirrors and furniture pieces that are functional and necessary will be a lot more useful.
If the room is for brothers or sisters who have to share then check out the range of bunk beds in solid European Oak now on the market, beautifully hand-crafted they are very substantial and bunks are efficient space savers. Or loft style beds are perfect for school age children with the bed at the top and a desk and chair directly underneath for studying. Or if it's a guest or spare room to be furnished then why bother with a proper bed at all? Choose instead a sofa bed or futon and just pull it out when needed, add dressing tables and stools and it's complete.
One of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to spice up any bland and boring kid's bedroom is by using the art (literally) of murals. Two others are fabrics and mirrors. This article will show you how to use all three to create a room that will wow any little girl's senses.
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