Published at Monday, June 25th, 2018 - 13:46:33 PM. Bedding. By Searlait Evonne.
It's usually easiest to choose a color first. Kids will like to have input in this step. Bright colors and crazy patterns are usually favorites in kids' bedrooms. More mature colors should be saved for the rest of the home. You can take color in some very unique directions, but you should make sure it fits in with the rest of the room as well. Kids' rooms are often themed so certain colors and patterns will look better than others. In the case that there's no theme or style to the room, it's easiest to use the walls as a starting point. Find bedding that matches or complements the color of the walls and you can't go wrong.
Next you'll want to choose a fabric. This depends a lot on the preferences of the child you're designing for. Some like softer fabrics while others want something crisper. Take the climate into account as well. In an area where you have warm summers and mild winters, you won't have to worry about this as much. However, in a place that's hot or cool year round, you'll want to plan for this in your bedding. Use thick, insulating fabrics like wool and flannel where it remains cold all year. In warm climates, satin and cotton are good.
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