They were raised frequently. But since she was a week long shared a room with grandparents, they know for sure that my daughter and son to sleep together. Now we already had plans daughters room even quite soon to tackle. A good time is to make a J/M-room.
But how do you do that? My experience so far and tips.
Delft blue wallpaper with cats
It turned out something easier said than done. The taste of a three year old boy and a 7 year old girl almost differ indeed considerably. Two bright spots: my daughter does not like pink and they are both away from cats. Moreover, they found my delft blue wallpaperfun. For example, a theme arose: ' '. Katstad On one wall, the Delft Blue City with some extra cat on the pavements and roofs. The wallpaper obviously has a lot of blue and to make it not too boyish, I was looking for a beautiful pastel shade to the adjacent wall. It was a soft aging mint color mixing colors of Historicism. The third wall let white. That is the ' wall of fame ': in different white and silver painted frames we put beautiful maps and illustrations of cats like the celebrities out Katstad
A bed in the background
But we are of course not. My son still sleeps in a bed, so it is time for a new bed! Why not a bunk? A quick Internet search brought me to Saartje Prum. I found this great cot Dream Home. I was immediately sold a house, how well that the wallpaper! Hubby was not convincing too hard on the ground ' '. space saving And the kids loved it, of course, completely crazy. The bed has been ordered and the wallpaper was printed yesterday. The plan layout of the room is ready - a fun and educational job to do with a six! Still looking for lights and other fun children's accessories to complete the room. That - and perhaps all that picture ' s - in a future blog
Even a J/M children? A few tips:
- Do not think it's impossible to imagine anything like both boys and girls. Girls do not necessarily have a pink room and guys do not necessarily car ' s. Especially if they are smaller animals for example, a theme that both appeals. Or own town.
- Colors like blue, green, brown, orange and purple - just to name a few - are doing fine in both boys and girls