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Guest Post by All Childrens Furniture.com

All Children's Furniture is guest posting today with an informative how-to article on decorating your kiddo's rooms. Enjoy!

How to Transform a Room with a Themed Bed

When you’re starting to furnish and decorate your children’s bedroom, the process can prove to be a little overwhelming with the abundance of patterns, prints, and colors to incorporate in one space.

Don’t let the variety of children’s bedding, table lamps, kids furniture, and décor stress out your shopping trips. Instead, work off of that creative energy and develop a popular theme for your kids’ space that you feel will accommodate their interests or after school activities.

Seeing as how the bed is often times the focal point of any bedroom, the room theme of choice should begin with this central piece of furniture and can range from showcasing a nautical theme, sports teams, princess gear, flowers, modern polka dot prints, and much more.

One of the best models to consider in the children’s furniture market is a captain’s bed as this offers extra drawers for storage and organization. If you have more than one child that will be sharing the bedroom, lofts and bunk beds are convenient, space-saving solutions that can be arranged in a number of different ways to accommodate both playtime and homework sessions.

When it comes to choosing the right bedding, take into consideration the interests your children have everyday and the activities they get involved with at school, on the weekends, or with the family. If anything, it’ always a nice idea to incorporate vibrant color and design through a painted accent wall, wall décor, or with a decorative rug that complements the creative bedroom theme.

Once you have picked out a bedding theme that fits your child’s lifestyle, continue to transform the room with charming accent pieces like table lamps, wall art and decals, and window treatments.

Get your kids involved on the DIY fun by choosing fun accessories together like displaying their art projects they created in class, hanging medals they won for competitions, or placing trophies along a bookcase for an outstanding job in their favorite sport. Children’s bedroom themes are all about incorporating a particular interest or passion that your kids have experienced in their life and it’s easy to get started with a few key furniture and décor items.