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April 20, 2018 Friday 03:11:32 PM IST

Bring These Changes in Your Kid's Room!

Education Information

Though it is true that the kids will be spending most of their time in school, the place where they live and study also influence them. A child's room should be decorated and furnished as per his/her convenience. Here are some ideas to bring in some changes.

Cool Colours:

A kid's room should have funny, cool colours. Do not go for flashy or dull colours.

Enough Storage:


There should be enough space to store the dress. shoes, toys, books and the games he/she loves to play.

Ventilation:

Free flow of air should be assured. Fresh air can do magic, as studies have proved.

Natural Light:


The more provision for natural light, the better.

Modifiable Furniture:

Kids grow up fast. It is better if the kid- friendly furniture can be modified to normal size, when they grow up.



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