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Bedroom Ideas

Bedroom Ideas

Creative spaces for tweens to teens

You remember those years, right? The age where you began to have your own opinion about things and wondered how your parents could be so embarrassing? It might seem that designing a bedroom in the midst of all of this might be impossible! Never fear. Give your teen a chance to express their personality and creativity while assuring the basics are covered. It can happen!

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Splitting up rooms with multiple children

Do your kids need to share a room? Are you feeling the squeeze? Dividing a smaller room into individual spaces is difficult, but is key in allowing kids to have their own space but coexist or even flourish with siblings.

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Creating a Sensory Friendly Bedroom

Children with special needs, particularly those with autism, often require special surroundings to calm and soothe them. The bedroom is an area that requires particular attention and planning to assure the best opportunity for rest.

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Add a reading corner

How do you relax when you return home from work or school? Many people find that reading calms them and gives them an outlet to relax. One area that can be added to a bedroom that might transform it into a special area would be to add a reading corner.

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Create a calm, uncluttered space

Bedrooms that are cluttered and disorganized do not promote relaxation and rest. As you begin a remodeling project, you must start with a clean palette. Remove items from your room and closet that do not belong in the bedroom. 

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Add additional lighting and turn off the overhead lights

Lighting in a room adds to the ambiance of the room. If the room has cold, fluorescent lighting from overhead, the room will feel cold and not well lit. Though many bedrooms have a single overhead light or one combined with a ceiling fan, you always have the option to use alternative lighting to create a warm, glowing atmosphere.

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