Anita Whitfield. Bed. June 07th , 2018.
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.
A carpet in a soft grass green color or rosy pink that compliments the walls and bedding is a nice touch. A neutral color also blends in well and won't detract from wall art and other decor.
Nylon hanging butterflies can be attached to the ceiling or wall. You can purchase butterfly switch plates, lamps and stools. Little butterflies can be glued to an existing lampshade. Hang a clothesline and use clothespins to secure tiny doll dresses in pretty fabrics against a wall.
Wallpaper, or nautical theme borders are another popular choice. Blue and white stripes are also complimentary to this design. Murals can be a fun choice. Large murals can be purchased and applied to the walls, or hand-painted directly on the walls. A good idea is to look through books for inspiration. Some suggestions for murals are scenes of the sea or ocean, with sailboats or ships in the distance, sailors, a captain's wheel, anchors, lighthouses, seagulls, seas shells and pirates.
A wonderful way to accent the home is with a beautiful set of bed linens. The heritage of the Southwest is a crucial element of American culture, and an appreciation for the historical riches of this storied region has long been reflected in its art and food. Southwestern bedding is a great way to capture the essence of those expressive art forms and use them in the home.
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