Kids Rooms Decorating FAQs
The sweetest decorating projects
t's a special joy to decorate a child's room. From plain to fancy and everything in between, these rooms hold promises and dreams.
Rooms for babies and toddlers can be done in any way the parents choose. However, older children generally love being part of the decorating process.
Give the room some longevity by choosing background elements that are long lasting. Then use accessories, bedding, and inexpensive area rugs to create easily changeable themes.
KIDS DECOR FAQs
Q. Where on your site can I find decorating ideas for a child's room?
Q. I'm decorating a nursery for our new baby but I'd like to make it something that will look good for several years.
Q. Do you have any tips on creating a really fun room for a child?
See what interesting things you can create with simple paint, faux techniques, or stencils. Browse these Paint Projects for Kids Rooms for ideas on whimsical furniture and accessories. Get some tips on "Window Treatments in a Child's Room" too. Look in home decorating fabric stores for curtain and bedding fabrics that will enhance the room's theme.
Get more Kids Room Advice from About's Fashion Guide, Cynthia Nellis.
Q. I have no idea how to childproof my home for a visiting toddler. He will be here for 2 weeks while his parents complete a move to a new city.
Q. We're building a home so I'm using this opportunity to start fresh when decorating the rooms for my three toddlers. Where can I get ideas?
Q. Storage is a huge issue in my small house. Any tips on finding a place for the endless toys, clothes, books, and games?
Q. I need more closet space in my daughter's room. All of her clothes are won't fit into the closet and there's no place to keep games.
Q. Help! Our adopted sons (ages 5 and 11) will be arriving next month and I need advice on decorating their rooms.
Q. We just found out we're having triplets! Are there any sites with info and tips on decorating a room for multiples?
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