I came across this cheerful brand with creations & designs that evokes fun, joy & all about the fam coming together, Omy Design & Play. Their paper products are quirky & sweet and just maybe the answer to the blank wall in my son’s room. Here are their supersize posters of cities & countries!
Omy Poster United States
Omy Poster New York
Omy Poster London
Omy Poster Los Angeles
So cool right, wonderful for design and decorating a kid’s room. Not sure if I should wait until my son can color inside the lines #DesignDilemma.
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Out of any room in a house, when it comes to interior design, it’s children’s bedrooms that are most difficult to get right. Finding a balance between a space they love and a space you love is no easy task, and knowing where to draw the line can be really difficult. The trick is to make them feel like they’ve got the bedroom of their dreams whilst maintaining the vision you have for your home’s interiors. Basically, it’s all about compromise. Fun Features, Neutral Décor.
Kids generally love anything new or unusual, and creating clever space-saving solutions in their bedroom will no doubt excite them. How about building a mezzanine level for their bed to leave them with more floor space, or fitting a chalk board that turns into a desk? Any furniture or space-saving solution that’s out of the ordinary will seem fun and exciting to them, leaving you to decorate the room according to your own tastes. How’s that for an easy way to compromise? Avoiding Themes Just don’t do it! Whilst your child might be desperate for a Batman-themed bedroom, dedicating a whole room of your house to a fictional superhero is probably not what you had in mind. Plus, children go through phases very quickly, and before you know it they’ll hate Batman and will have now developed an obsession with your local football team. For that reason, it’s best to stay away from branded themes. A jungle theme or a floral theme will stay relevant for longer, but make sure you’re prepared to change it once they get a little older. These kinds of themes can be incorporated as subtly or as overtly as you like, with sophisticated animal lamp-stands like the ones from The French Bedroom Company, or with huge cuddly toy snakes and monkeys.
If your children share a bedroom, decorating it can be difficult. You could give them the option of each choosing their favorite color, and allowing them to have one wall painted in that shade. Think of it as two accent walls and add a neural colored paint in between. Keep everything else in the room minimal, and complement their chosen colors with bright accessories like scatter cushions, storage boxes and lampshades. You’ll be left with a space that’s simple, yet vibrant, and your kids are sure to love having their own personal stamp on a room, even if they do have to share it.
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Kids know what’s up when it comes to design, it has to be fun and it has to work for them!
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