How can you incorporate fun elements into your child’s bedroom? Read on for great ideas.
No you eyes are not deceiving you, why not have a fun pine drawer handle in the shape of a slice of watermelon or a pine doughnut shaped wall hook. However, if you want to encourage you child to eat healthily, it might be a good idea to avoid the doughnut wall hook. Obviously these are not edible and are made of pine, so let your children know they must not eat/bite/suck them! These may be more suited to older children who realise it isn’t real food and won’t be tempted to put their mouth’s on them.
Comic Wall Art
Wall Art is always a fun easy non- permanent way of livening up an otherwise blank wall. Paintings, sketches or screen-prints are a good way of adding more interest to a room.
Recently on my visit to Top Drawer, London’s quality event for creative retailers, I spoke to screenprinter John Patrick Reynolds. As you can see from his stand, he has an excellent selection of Comic Wall Art screen-prints that will please children and parents alike. John does screenprints of comic characters from Dennis the Menace, Popeye, Minnie the Minx to Asterix and Obelix.
Why not add a book shelf and display the books in an appealing way, which would encourage your child to have a love of books. Let your imagination run wild in creating your child’s fun space but remember to keep safety firmly in mind in your design.
That’s all for now folks! (Sorry, I’ve been wanting to write that for ages)
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