If you’re looking to redecorate your kid’s room this spring…
Or maybe you have a little one on the way and you’re planning a bedroom…
Look no further.
House to Home has 10 amazing decorating tips with a country twist to help you tackle the design of your child’s bedroom. Each room is filled with chic country decor to give the kid’s room country appeal with style.
10 Ideas for kids country bedrooms:
1. Made for sharing
To make a shared child’s bedroom successful the key is to stick with one style. You can add some subtle variations, but make sure it doesn’t distract from the overall look of the room. For example, in this bedroom design, both beds are painted white, but have different designs.
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2. Create a Fairytale Room
By creating a fairytale room, this truly engages the child in his or her space. In this particular room, sheer fabric curtains with butterfly make a canopy for the bed, which give a floating and light effect along with the shades of light pink and lavender.
3. Use under-bed space
Utilizing the space in your child’s room is mandatory… let’s just leave it at that and thank me later. For instance, using the space under the bed not only prevents your child from throwing his or her toys under there, but by using under-bed space storage doing this also teaches them organization. Buying decorative storage containers can also add nice accents to a room and provide a nice contrast.
4. Dress up a nursery
When starting a nursery, using neutral colors makes it easier to add new pieces to the room as your child grows. Using a warm shade of white gives a very pretty effect and also is a great neutral to pair with bold accent colors. Also, starting your nursery with a neutral color scheme helps to blend future color schemes because there’s less colors you have to worry about coordinating.
Opt for a fresh blue and white scheme. In a room that’s predominantly white, the sky blue table, chair and mirror stand out, while a starry rug adds pattern. Finish the scheme with blue and white bedlinen.
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