The goal of interior designer Joann Means and her husband, master carpenter Johnny Means is to help make kids' dreams come true, be they special needs kids or any other type of kid. Joann and Johnny and their team at Sweet Dream Children's Interiors http://www.sweetdreambed.com have already designed and built at least one special needs bed, a custom castle bed that delighted both parents and child.
Once you've designed the general shape and outline of the custom castle bed, its look and feel, it's time to bring it to life with color. And how you can most easily do that in a way that delights your little princess is simply to paint the custom castle bed in her favorite colors. And by no means do you have to limit yourself to just broad swaths of color. Add detail appropriate for a medieval fairy tale castle theme, such as sinuous vines, tall blossoming rose bushes, realistic stone, marble, or granite blocks, even guards, knights, horses, and attendants.
What little girl wouldn't adore a pretty room filled with magical butterflies? A butterfly bedroom theme is simple to create and the possibilities are endless. It's a perfect theme for a room to dream, play and grow in, inspiring little imaginations through the use of color, shape and form. This design of room very much appeals to me, as I believe that it is a soothing and relaxing environment, filled with meadows, soft colors, grass, butterflies, flowers, and whimsical objects. Although this is how I envision a butterfly room to be, there are many variations that can be created.
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