Cool Kids Full Size Bedroom Sets


Kids Full Size Bedroom Sets – Take your child’s imagination to life by making their dream holiday into a reality. By adding a few coats of paint and dress up items you may already have around the house, you can decorate your child’s ordinary bedroom into a fantasy getaway space just for them. If your child is a princess or a pop star, you can find a cool bedroom theme that is sure to please. Music lovers will enjoy a rock’n roll-themed bedroom. Search antique stores for old 45 records and album covers and stick to a wall. Paint the music notes and treble clefs on the tops of the walls of the room border. Hang musical-themed curtains or valences of windows and add fun bedding as the black and white spotted comforters and pillows. Hang framed posters of your child’s favorite pop stars on the walls. Decorate the tables and shelves of toy instruments.

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Turn your kids full size bedroom sets into a star-bedroom fit for a diva. Paint the walls a muted purple, peach and pink. Paint desks, chairs and dresser in a complimentary color and decorate with glitter, rhinestones studs and crystal knobs. Stamp gold stars in frames around windows, mirrors and doorjambs. Buy a lighted makeup mirror on top of a dresser or hang vanity bath fluorescent lighting, available at home improvement stores, above the kitchen cabinets and other furniture. Create a canopy above the bed with tulle or satin. Hang movie posters on the walls and as a freestanding mirror in a corner. And, of course, add a star with your child’s name, to the bedroom door.

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Take the outside by designing a garden in your kids full size bedroom sets. Hang a canopy of tulle or netting over the bed and tying bows and silk roses in the canopy. Using beautiful ribbon or string to hold the cover in place. Adding floral wallpaper or paint a garden motif on a wall in the room any time behind the bed. Add silk plants and flowers in containers throughout the room. Low green throw rug on the floor. Hanging paper lanterns from the ceiling. Adding a small table and chairs for your child to have a tea party in her garden.


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