Raising A Teenager

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Decorate your child's room, be it the bedroom or play room, in a way that makes her happy, comfortable, and promotes creative play. Use a playful color scheme or theme that fits your child's personality and interests. With a few basics, you can create a room that is attractive and functional. Here are some tips to help you choose nightstands and picture frames for your child's room.

Nightstands make essential bedroom furniture, and are available in a range of designs for children. Here are a few things to pay attention to while selecting a nightstand.

Kids' furniture should be built to last. A solid wood nightstand is the most durable option, but there are plenty of other materials that will make quality additions to your child's room. Look for nightstands with sturdy hardware that won't break or wear out.

When you're looking for a nightstand, choose a kid-sized nightstand. The stand needs to be at a height that your child can reach and should blend-in with the rest of the furniture in the room. Toddler beds are typically several inches shorter than other beds, making it essential to purchase a low nightstand.

Drawers and Cabinets
While selecting nightstands for a child's room, special attention needs to be given to safety. One of the simplest things to do is look for nightstands with rounded corners. This will lessen the risk of injury from falling and bumping a head against a corner. It is also important to make sure there aren't any exposed hinges or hardware for little fingers to get caught in and that all cabinets and drawers sit flush against the nightstand to avoid pinched fingers.

Fun and Decorative
Your child will love her bedroom if it's decorated with bright colors and charming accessories. You can easily spruce-up a room with decorative picture frames. You can capture your child's memories and showcase them in a decorative picture frame. Picture frames are available in a variety of colors and patterns, so choose one according to the color scheme or theme of the room. If your child's room has a polka dot theme or stripe theme, opt for picture frames in a similar pattern. Personalize the frames with messages like 'A Star is Born' or 'My Parents Love Me'.

Picture frames placed on sturdy nightstands provide the perfect finishing touch to a child's room.

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