zillow.com - There’s something inherently fun about decorating a kid’s room — bright colors, whimsical prints and accessories — but it’s tempting to go overboard. A room swathed completely in hot pink or centered around a theme may not work in a few years, or even a year from now.
How, then, do you create a kid-friendly space that will last? Two designers — Jennifer Jones, the principal designer at Niche Interiors in San Francisco, and Claire Paquin, the principal at Clean Design in Scarsdale, NY — offer their tips.
1. Choose big pieces that will transition 2. Go vibrant — with limits 3. Be practical but creative
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