Lydia C. Odell Kids/Teenager Room January 11th 2019, 10:39:22
Designing a teenager’s room is more difficult than children room. Because they have their own tastes and you can not impose a design of your choice. Therefore if you want to design a teens room you should include them in the design, to fit the child’s will and also can remain pleasing to the eye. Let him be creative with imagination and creativity. The room design could ideally stimulate their creativity, which can be highlighted through walls, furniture, and knick-knacks in it. The design is not a rigid and monotonous form of straight lines and all-around boxes, but varied both color and shape, in tune with the nature of children.
Items in the room should not only shaped boxes but there are also curved. In addition to more fun, also motivate children more creative. gradation basic colors are bright in the room can be an option, as the main color or accent, will help children to always be cheerful, positive and excited. Pink and blue to distinguish the favorite room for girls and boys.
A more muted color choices can be applied to the small room. In fact, the combination of bright colors and the muted room can present a thematic design. Light colors such as brown, beige, and yellow, for example, creating a warm and cozy atmosphere on the child, so the child is not very energetic and active. The muted colors of the brush on one area of the wall, accompanying the bright colors on the other wall areas.