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As your child grows from being a baby to being old enough to leave home, they will go through numerous changes. One of those changes has to do with their bedroom. Once your kid is moved into a regular bed, you should start planning for the first change. You want your kid's room to be fun, energetic, and a place they will enjoy being.

If you have a one-year-old, you want a room that is a little more mature than that of a baby's room but not quite too mature. Using a color scheme that is bright and offers a nice variety will keep your kid's interest best. Perfect colors choices include bright blues, greens, reds, yellows, oranges, and pinks. Rather than using an oversized comforter, make the bed soft, cozy, and fun. To achieve this, many vintage bedspreads are a perfect option. Although the themed comforters are cute, your child will quickly outgrow it. For this reason, a simple bedspread that is accented with colorful pillows will last longer.

If your kid has outgrown the cutesy dresser, consider painting it a different color to match the new room. Add new hardware and the look will be complete. Even a changing table can be updated. For example, create colorful curtains for the shelves and use them for storing toys that your kid can reach. By removing the foam-changing top, you will have additional surface space for toys.

To give your kid a great place to sit, add a small child-size chair, also in bright colors matching the room. In most cases, these chairs can be used for many years. If you like, a glider, or overstuffed adult-size chair will also work, providing you with a place to sit and read to your child while also giving them a place to relax.

If you want some colorful pictures, you might consider fun pictures from magazines that can be cut out and then made into a decoupage masterpiece. You can use a small white piece of poster board for the background and then use various colored frames, again blending perfectly with the room.

When it comes to window treatments, you might consider using solid colored panels and then a small valence to pull all the colors together. This allows you to use the panels for many years while only changing out the valence. For extra fun, add specialized curtain rods or tiebacks that coordinate with all the other changes you have made. Your kid will love the new "grown up" look while still feeling like mom and dad's little angel.
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