by Jane Blanchard, Modernize
Separate Bedrooms For Siblings That Work Together
Cohesive designs in a home make it more stylish. When looking to decorate two separate bedrooms for your children, you may be tempted to gravitate toward polar opposite designs for each sibling. Instead of decorating in all stereotypical blue for your boy’s space and pink for your little girl, try similar themed bedrooms! One of the most popular styles currently is travel.
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For a boy’s room, try adding framed art that channels the stars and astronomy. For extra drama, add lights above them, like pictured, so that they can be lit up in the evening. Another great travel-inspired décor idea is to add vintage globes. Make it a fun afternoon by taking your children thrift shopping. Look for spinning globes or old suitcases! One of the beauties of decorating in a travel theme is that it goes with any color scheme. Give your son or daughter the freedom to choose their favorite colors and then design a space that adds those hues.
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A little girl’s room can also look stylish while being travel-themed. Whether your daughter dreams of living in Paris or wants to travel deep into the African jungles, her well-decorated room can help inspire her. This space mixes iconic landmarks and bright pinks to create a bedroom that’s youthful and sophisticated. As you can see, only a few items are specifically travel themed, but they blend well with other things in the room – like the black and white picture frames and pink desk chair.
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