Decorating a childs bedroom can be a very fun project. You can make it as simple or as complex as you like. One key to a great room is to add texture and interest. Some of the simplest ways of adding texture is to add wallpaper that already has an interesting design. You can add cut-outs which were photocopied from Library books. Don't be afraid of using bright pops of color. Instead of adding one solid color on the walls try breaking up the wall with taped boxes, where when you pull the tape off your left with 2 or three colors instead of one solid wall color.
Our parents painted 2 walls in our home with chalk board paint, and we used it to spell and practice our handwriting. You can add color into a child's room by painting their furniture. If you love the antique feel, go for the rustics,- the dark reds, butterscotch, and olive greens. There are just too many combinations to mention. One site I have found particularly helpful is the Color Lovers site, where they combine the colors for you. One favorite toy can inspire your whole room.
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