Good morning! I hope you all enjoyed a relaxing Summer weekend. I took my girls to the Renaissance Festival at 5pm after the rush. We almost had the whole festival to ourselves making it so much sweeter. I forgot how charming non mechanical manually operated wooden rides can be. The highlight for us was the fairy forest where we followed a trail of pixie dust. This had me thinking about giving you all a few old fashioned tips for your kiddos bedrooms. Like the wooden rides of the Renaissance it's fun to go back to the non tech way of reading with a paper page book.
In about 90% of my child and teen bedroom designs I use the IKEA picture ledge to display books. I love doing this because it's not only functional as storage, but it's also artwork. So many of these book covers have amazing artwork. It's a great way to bring color into a space and it's interchangeable. Plus let's face it in a world where were trying to limit our children's screen time this reminds them to get lost in a good old fashion paper book.
Tell me about your project! I would love to help you with one wall or an entire room. Email me a few photos and what your thoughts are. I will send you a custom quote that meets your specific style needs and budget. Let's start your Decorator in a Box today!
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With Annie Pauza's guidance, you can affordably transform your space into a place that reflects your style and personality. As an online interior decorating service, Decorator in a Box lets you maintain control through the do-some-of-it-for-me process, and gives you everything that you need to bring an expert aesthetic to your home.