Your child’s mood seems to be so dull every time he is home. He didn’t want to stay in his room and rather prefer your neighbor’s or your backyard. He acted so uncomfortable whenever you ask him to get inside his room and so choosy to even get himself fixed. Then, you have to believe in your instinct. More often than not, there is something wrong in his room, either the internal design or something else.
If you believe something is wrong with your child’s room, then it’s but rightly to redesign it. And, for a start, you have to learn some basics of the children’s rooms’ do-it yourself redecoration. For a start, there are some keywords you have to remember when considering the do-it yourself redecoration for your child’s room. You have to be extra careful in considering color, furniture, décor and accessories that will settle the over-all mood of your child’s room.
Colors are very important and should top your list of consideration. You have to determine what color will best suit your child’s mood. It is best and considered classical to combine one or two primary colors with neutral ones such as white, tan or dull gray. Primary colors are classified as red, blue and yellow. The good thing about the primary colors is that it appears very attractive to children and stay on until their teens. However, you should not overuse them. It is suggested that primary colors usage be limited only to door and window frames or highlight other part of the room. You can also apply it in the wall but with controlled use. It is not advisable to apply nursery colors such as pastel because children will find it boring as they grow.