When you first start shopping, you may be a little overwhelmed by your choices. You will probably come across some that are made with plastic and the first thing you should realize about these is they are not going to hold up. If you remember your own childhood, you probably remember exactly how much you enjoyed jumping on your bed.
Once the bedding has been chosen, it's time to select a wall paint color. I suggest bringing a pillow sham into the paint store with you when viewing samples. This ensures that the right shade of color will be used. Once the walls are painted, a butterfly theme wallpaper border can be added. Other options include butterfly wall stencils, murals, or hand-painted garden scenes with butterflies, bees, flowers, and a picket fence. For those not wanting to paint, you can also purchase stick on wall decals or wallpaper murals. A creative idea is to paint or apply a purchased mural of a beautiful garden scene and add a wood frame with shutters around it to depict a window.
Why did people sleep on metal beds in the old West? The biggest reason people would sleep on them is that they were the easiest available material for people of that era and part of the world. Many people of this area were metalworkers and they made their beds by hand.
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