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by:Marslite     2019-10-04
(Sep 9, 2010)
Betsy Burnham likes to design bedrooms for young children.
But before she starts, she sometimes has to keep clients away from the painful and lovely design ideas.
I don\'t like beautiful things. -
\"Murals, Disney stuff,\" says Burnham, an interior designer based in Los Angeles.
\"Why give kids a really childish room when they grow up and change everything so expensive ? \"?
The child\'s room could be very whimsical, she said, \"but it can also match your other decor.
\"Many parents feel obliged to stick to the colors and images that are usually associated with children.
\"But when you do,\" said Brian Patrick Flynn, founder and designer of the decoration demon. com, \" . . .
Then you have to redecorate when they get bigger.
\"How do you create a space for it to grow with your children and grow with the rest of your family?
Flynn ham said that Flynn ham shared their advice with HGTV\'s latest design star champion, Emily Henderson: to have the characters in the toy box \"buy them a Buzz Lightyear toy \", \"But don\'t hang Buzz Lightyear on the wall.
\"Today, many children\'s rooms look like advertisements for popular authorized roles.
There\'s nothing more to date a room than to focus on a character ---
In a few years, your child will enter a new field.
Burnham has a client whose son loves maps, so she bought a batch of vintage maps on eBay.
The map was originally used by sailors in soft yellow and light blue colors.
She put them on wallpaper and each of them overlap.
The room is a canvas of self. expression.
Frame some of the children\'s favorite art pieces to become a changing gallery.
Or put a row of soft wood bricks on the floor. to-
The ceiling of their latest creation.
For babies, decorate a wall of the nursery with framed artwork made by older siblings.
Henderson suggested creating a simple stage for an impromptu performance, or building a secret fortress with some vibrant fabric.
Paint and dry the blackboard
Erasing wall paint can be used to paint ample areas of graffiti and painting. (
One concern: Henderson wonders if the children know where to stop. )
Having a more complex room could motivate the children to clean more often.
\"Let\'s say you happen to have a child who likes to read and has books everywhere,\" Flynn said . \". \"Do a built-
Let the kids know you\'re investing in something special.
Forget the typical pastel and primary colors.
Flynn loves the vibrant oranges and green vegetables in the children\'s bedroom: \"They are very energetic but completely gender --neutral.
\"White and Brown are also a good combination, as you can match them with a range of other colors as your child\'s taste changes.
If you are pink, Burnham recommends that you use colors like salmon or watermelon instead of bubble gum pink, which is more predictable.
Rather than a basic royal blue, consider a clear, more mature deep navy --up.
Consider painting stripes on the ceiling of the children, or putting wallpaper on the ceiling to bring about the popularity of textures and colors.
\"Decorative ceilings, especially for a baby,\" Henderson said, would awaken their imagination.
\"Flynn likes to print wallpaper using geometry that evokes 60 or 70 styles.
He also likes to use indoor/outdoor fabrics in the children\'s room because the durability of this fabric is impressive.
Skipping the children\'s furniture burnburnham said that the dresser with a replacement pad on the top can replace the traditional replacement table, which is a functional and stylish choice.
Henderson suggested going to the flea market to look for old school chairs and tables instead of buying a prefabricated set of children\'s desks and chairs.
No need to buy a toddler bed: no need for one for your child.
Burnham said: \"If you invest in a few very nice single beds, or only one single bed, you may turn that one into a sofa bed once the child moves inor queen-size bed.
Leave the spider.
Men\'s lights on the shelves of the big box store.
Old-fashioned lighting can bring more style to children\'s rooms, Flynn said.
Chrome or brass works well, he says, \"or use plastic from 1960s.
They have a good biological line of fluid.
It\'s fun and fun, not taking yourself seriously.
Of course, the \"retro\" of a person is the \"hand\" of another person --me-down.
\"Older children may be hesitant to accept the cast --
Furniture in other rooms.
Therefore, when the child is still very young, it may be wise to pass on the furniture.
Note: Burnham says that if you bring complex colors and patterns, you may want to balance them with a lot of kids
Friendly soft stuff.
Kids love comfort, so carpets and velvet-like fabrics can be popular. (Sep 9, 2010)
Betsy Burnham likes to design bedrooms for young children.
But before she starts, she sometimes has to keep clients away from the painful and lovely design ideas.
I don\'t like beautiful things. -
\"Murals, Disney stuff,\" says Burnham, an interior designer based in Los Angeles.
\"Why give kids a really childish room when they grow up and change everything so expensive ? \"?
The child\'s room could be very whimsical, she said, \"but it can also match your other decor.
\"Many parents feel obliged to stick to the colors and images that are usually associated with children.
\"But when you do,\" said Brian Patrick Flynn, founder and designer of the decoration demon. com, \" . . .
Then you have to redecorate when they get bigger.
\"How do you create a space for it to grow with your children and grow with the rest of your family?
Flynn ham said that Flynn ham shared their advice with HGTV\'s latest design star champion, Emily Henderson: to have the characters in the toy box \"buy them a Buzz Lightyear toy \", \"But don\'t hang Buzz Lightyear on the wall.
\"Today, many children\'s rooms look like advertisements for popular authorized roles.
There\'s nothing more to date a room than to focus on a character ---
In a few years, your child will enter a new field.
Burnham has a client whose son loves maps, so she bought a batch of vintage maps on eBay.
The map was originally used by sailors in soft yellow and light blue colors.
She put them on wallpaper and each of them overlap.
The room is a canvas of self. expression.
Frame some of the children\'s favorite art pieces to become a changing gallery.
Or put a row of soft wood bricks on the floor. to-
The ceiling of their latest creation.
For babies, decorate a wall of the nursery with framed artwork made by older siblings.
Henderson suggested creating a simple stage for an impromptu performance, or building a secret fortress with some vibrant fabric.
Paint and dry the blackboard
Erasing wall paint can be used to paint ample areas of graffiti and painting. (
One concern: Henderson wonders if the children know where to stop. )
Having a more complex room could motivate the children to clean more often.
\"Let\'s say you happen to have a child who likes to read and has books everywhere,\" Flynn said . \". \"Do a built-
Let the kids know you\'re investing in something special.
Forget the typical pastel and primary colors.
Flynn loves the vibrant oranges and green vegetables in the children\'s bedroom: \"They are very energetic but completely gender --neutral.
\"White and Brown are also a good combination, as you can match them with a range of other colors as your child\'s taste changes.
If you are pink, Burnham recommends that you use colors like salmon or watermelon instead of bubble gum pink, which is more predictable.
Rather than a basic royal blue, consider a clear, more mature deep navy --up.
Consider painting stripes on the ceiling of the children, or putting wallpaper on the ceiling to bring about the popularity of textures and colors.
\"Decorative ceilings, especially for a baby,\" Henderson said, would awaken their imagination.
\"Flynn likes to print wallpaper using geometry that evokes 60 or 70 styles.
He also likes to use indoor/outdoor fabrics in the children\'s room because the durability of this fabric is impressive.
Skipping the children\'s furniture burnburnham said that the dresser with a replacement pad on the top can replace the traditional replacement table, which is a functional and stylish choice.
Henderson suggested going to the flea market to look for old school chairs and tables instead of buying a prefabricated set of children\'s desks and chairs.
No need to buy a toddler bed: no need for one for your child.
Burnham said: \"If you invest in a few very nice single beds, or only one single bed, you may turn that one into a sofa bed once the child moves inor queen-size bed.
Leave the spider.
Men\'s lights on the shelves of the big box store.
Old-fashioned lighting can bring more style to children\'s rooms, Flynn said.
Chrome or brass works well, he says, \"or use plastic from 1960s.
They have a good biological line of fluid.
It\'s fun and fun, not taking yourself seriously.
Of course, the \"retro\" of a person is the \"hand\" of another person --me-down.
\"Older children may be hesitant to accept the cast --
Furniture in other rooms.
Therefore, when the child is still very young, it may be wise to pass on the furniture.
Note: Burnham says that if you bring complex colors and patterns, you may want to balance them with a lot of kids
Friendly soft stuff.
Kids love comfort, so carpets and velvet-like fabrics can be popular. (Sep 9, 2010)
Betsy Burnham likes to design bedrooms for young children.
But before she starts, she sometimes has to keep clients away from the painful and lovely design ideas.
I don\'t like beautiful things. -
\"Murals, Disney stuff,\" says Burnham, an interior designer based in Los Angeles.
\"Why give kids a really childish room when they grow up and change everything so expensive ? \"?
The child\'s room could be very whimsical, she said, \"but it can also match your other decor.
\"Many parents feel obliged to stick to the colors and images that are usually associated with children.
\"But when you do,\" said Brian Patrick Flynn, founder and designer of the decoration demon. com, \" . . .
Then you have to redecorate when they get bigger.
\"How do you create a space for it to grow with your children and grow with the rest of your family?
Flynn ham said that Flynn ham shared their advice with HGTV\'s latest design star champion, Emily Henderson: to have the characters in the toy box \"buy them a Buzz Lightyear toy \", \"But don\'t hang Buzz Lightyear on the wall.
\"Today, many children\'s rooms look like advertisements for popular authorized roles.
There\'s nothing more to date a room than to focus on a character ---
In a few years, your child will enter a new field.
Burnham has a client whose son loves maps, so she bought a batch of vintage maps on eBay.
The map was originally used by sailors in soft yellow and light blue colors.
She put them on wallpaper and each of them overlap.
The room is a canvas of self. expression.
Frame some of the children\'s favorite art pieces to become a changing gallery.
Or put a row of soft wood bricks on the floor. to-
The ceiling of their latest creation.
For babies, decorate a wall of the nursery with framed artwork made by older siblings.
Henderson suggested creating a simple stage for an impromptu performance, or building a secret fortress with some vibrant fabric.
Paint and dry the blackboard
Erasing wall paint can be used to paint ample areas of graffiti and painting. (
One concern: Henderson wonders if the children know where to stop. )
Having a more complex room could motivate the children to clean more often.
\"Let\'s say you happen to have a child who likes to read and has books everywhere,\" Flynn said . \". \"Do a built-
Let the kids know you\'re investing in something special.
Forget the typical pastel and primary colors.
Flynn loves the vibrant oranges and green vegetables in the children\'s bedroom: \"They are very energetic but completely gender --neutral.
\"White and Brown are also a good combination, as you can match them with a range of other colors as your child\'s taste changes.
If you are pink, Burnham recommends that you use colors like salmon or watermelon instead of bubble gum pink, which is more predictable.
Rather than a basic royal blue, consider a clear, more mature deep navy --up.
Consider painting stripes on the ceiling of the children, or putting wallpaper on the ceiling to bring about the popularity of textures and colors.
\"Decorative ceilings, especially for a baby,\" Henderson said, would awaken their imagination.
\"Flynn likes to print wallpaper using geometry that evokes 60 or 70 styles.
He also likes to use indoor/outdoor fabrics in the children\'s room because the durability of this fabric is impressive.
Skipping the children\'s furniture burnburnham said that the dresser with a replacement pad on the top can replace the traditional replacement table, which is a functional and stylish choice.
Henderson suggested going to the flea market to look for old school chairs and tables instead of buying a prefabricated set of children\'s desks and chairs.
No need to buy a toddler bed: no need for one for your child.
Burnham said: \"If you invest in a few very nice single beds, or only one single bed, you may turn that one into a sofa bed once the child moves inor queen-size bed.
Leave the spider.
Men\'s lights on the shelves of the big box store.
Old-fashioned lighting can bring more style to children\'s rooms, Flynn said.
Chrome or brass works well, he says, \"or use plastic from 1960s.
They have a good biological line of fluid.
It\'s fun and fun, not taking yourself seriously.
Of course, the \"retro\" of a person is the \"hand\" of another person --me-down.
\"Older children may be hesitant to accept the cast --
Furniture in other rooms.
Therefore, when the child is still very young, it may be wise to pass on the furniture.
Note: Burnham says that if you bring complex colors and patterns, you may want to balance them with a lot of kids
Friendly soft stuff.
Kids love comfort, so carpets and velvet-like fabrics can be popular.
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