Use Traditional Decor to Create a Child’s Room

Children's rooms have evolved. Gone are the days of painted animals or sticking to a color palette of primary colors or pastels. Children's rooms have become both elevated examples of your personal design style and functional spaces for your young ones to grow.

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There are many great ways to incorporate traditional decor in your child's room, creating a space that is elegant and child friendly.

  • Be nostalgic Vintage maps, heirloom portraits or traditional wallpaper designs are great ways to maintain a classic aesthetic while creating a perfect child's space.
  • Invest in quality pieces Don't forego high-quality furniture just because you're furnishing a child's room. Investing in solid wood furniture allows the room to grow with your child.
  • Make it fun Remember that a child still lives in the room. Find ways to store toys and books that provide easy access, such as a painted armoire or traditionally styled bookcases. You can also add accessories such as pictures or brightly-colored storage baskets that can be upgraded as the child gets older.  And don't forget the ceiling. Blue sky with clouds, stars and planets, tree branches and monkeys; the options are endless!
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For more information about our custom home building services, or if you are in need of home design ideas, contact us at 203-762-0550. You can also visit the Country Club Homes, Inc website to learn more about the services we provide.