Before beginning a butterfly theme bedroom, it is a good idea to choose the bedding prior to the color of paint and accessories that will be incorporated. There are many butterfly quilts, comforters and bedding sets available in a wide variety of patterns. Most butterfly bedding is generally in soft pastels such as pale pink, yellow, purple or meadow green. Another option is to purchase a solid comforter or quilt set and add giant butterfly pillows, sheets and shams in butterfly print. Butterfly bedding is also available in brighter red, orange and yellow tones.
Utah and its Grand Circle of national parks and monuments can inspire a bedding set as well. The hoodoos and other strange rock formation of Bryce Canyon National Park, for instance, can inspire intricate stitching, as can the ancient cliff dwellings unearthed in Mesa Verde National Park. Designs inspired by the Grand Canyon will feature the warm tones of a sunset over the South Rim and the refreshing blues of the Colorado River running through it.
It should be needless to say that special needs kids deserve as much enjoyment and self-expression in their personal space as every other kid. And yet until recently it's seemed so difficult to find beds for special needs kids that were anything but sterile, utilitarian and ordinary. Fortunately, interior designers are finally starting to catch wind of this glaring need in children's bed design and have begun incorporating elements of fun, playfulness, and fantasy into custom special needs kid's beds.
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