What if your child’s favorite colors and preferred theme seem at odds?
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One proven, simple approach is to develop a color scheme of two or three hues and stick with it when buying or refurbishing pieces. If you have less-than-pedigreed furniture, paint pieces one color and add wood pulls and knobs in another color or design.If you’re buying fabric accessories, use the more sedate color for big items such as a comforter or an upholstered computer chair. Save the brighter, lighter color for pillows and other small accents. If your child’s scheme is navy and yellow, for example, you can swap the yellow for red, light green, pink, or any number of other choices when their tastes change without a big investment.
What if your child’s favorite colors and preferred theme seem at odds? If that happens (it may, if you’ve got a particularly imaginative youngster), look beyond the prepackaged ideas out there. For example, a butterfly theme doesn’t have to be delicate and pastel; the common monarch butterfly is dramatic black and orange.
So, imagine a room with peach walls hung with monarch butterfly prints and black lacquer furniture with brass butterfly drawer pulls. You get the idea. Virtually any concept can be used with a little creativity.
Stumped on how to make it work? Ask your child. To a grade-schooler, the world of imagination is still clear and present, and a sea green giraffe may be just what he or she had in mind.
Of course, you can get a wealth of other ideas from the pages throughout this article.