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The new generation admires the off beat styles, eclectic looks, and sharp modern designs that are are “new and fresh“. Give a chic modern spin to your kids rooms, by painting their rooms in splashes of bright color with rich designs in geometrical patterns.
Before starting any renovation project, keep in mind the theme of the room. Your kid’s interests and likes are the starting point to any new design scheme. For a refreshing and modish look, pick a few colors that will blend together when deciding on theme and patterns. To transform a room on a limited budget, look for furniture around the home, which can be re-purposed. Outline whole theme on paper, which can be then carefully planned for a comfortable renovation.
Give Them Nature
For nature loving teens, create the outdoor in their bedroom with super stylish ceiling papers depicting bright blue skyline with fluffy white clouds. Consider installing hidden lighting towards the ceiling above built in bookcases, or cupboards to brighten up the faux painted sky. To match the open sky setting, you can add some carpeting or rugs in green grass replication. It will not just transform the whole room into out-door imitation, but also keep the kids active and nature friendly.
Create An Art Studio
For young generation, it can be beneficial to learn the form of expressions that lets them pour out their emotions as certain opinions regarding social patterns and life itself. Renovate their room into art studio with a cool, stress free color, and add in a wooden easel. Choose a cool blue, aqua or green shade to bring the accent in the room through focal wall that will serve as the canvas. To complement the art studio, purchase classic photo to canvas in reasonable price from online printing facility and adorn the opposite wall. Add some multi-color handmade yarn suspending light globes as chandelier to keep the artistic mood in flow.
Burke & Hazelden has brought together contemporany art with an injection of punk attitude. Interior designer, upholsterer and paint finishing expert Lisa Burke and her design partner Matt Hazelden created what is today one of the hippest furniture brands.
Fabulous Graffiti Art
Graffiti art no doubt is hip and in-style. Why not give them a rich gaudy fascination in form of graffiti headboard of their bed, a portion of side wall or even the inner side of door to bring the passion into their daily life. Don’t forget to match the graffiti color with the shades of other furnishes, fabric and curtains of the room, so the art should not look like wired addition.
Paint Canvas Furniture With Fabric Paint
If you had painted your kid’s room a few months back and cannot redo the whole expensive procedure, then paint furniture which can bring a fresh new look into the room. Adorning accessories like vases, trash containers, wall art, desks and dressers can add to the overall decor. Create a kaleidoscopic couch with help of fabric paints and wood paints to enhance a artistic look. All them to doodle on a white covered canvas fabric chair with fabric paint. Let them add comic characters with text balloon cracking joke or conveying their innocent thoughts.
AtiqUr Rehman is a managing editor dedicated to Just4Canvas from past 5 years, living in United Kingdom. He loves to write on home décor and improvement, art and photography, travel photography, canvas printing and gift ideas.
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