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    Default Help with decorating kids room please

    Hello all, I would love your help on ideas to decorate my kids room.

    1 boy (3yrs old) 1 girl (1yrs old)
    I like plain and simple, less is more.

    I'm thinking canvas, wardrobe for the new bedroom, bed, etc.
    anything else and of course a rug.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Get a Pinterest account if you don't already have one. There are so many ideas on there. Pin them so you can keep track of what you like. Can make a board for your daughter, and one for your son. Everyone has different tastes but thus might help with ideas that match your tastes.

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    Agree on Pinterest and there are also some great accounts on Instagram ie Petite Vintage Interiors etc (they also have a blog/website).
    I am currently doing up DS4 room and just bought some awesome decals from urban walls (uwdecals). Cheaper and less permanent than wall paper and really effective if done right.

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    Mocka also have great stuff and really cheap/fast delivery. Definitely worth checking out online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    Mocka also have great stuff and really cheap/fast delivery. Definitely worth checking out online.
    How have I never come across this page! I could spend a fortune!!

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    Is that wall paper? I'm more into canvas.

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    I personally got a friend to draw some animals in my daughter's room It's actually a good idea for both genders and it can help children learn about the animals


 

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