Kamis, 30 Oktober 2014

Kid's Nautical Theme Bedrooms

A nautical themed room is perfect for kids who love anything to do with the sea, pirates, sailing, beaches, or just want to have a unique design for your room. There are several approaches for a nautical theme as regards accessories that can be integrated, but the color choices are pretty standard and are red, white and blue.

There are many young sailors bedding comforters and quilts available online, with matching accessories such as curtains, rugs and wall art. With bedding, there are two options. The first is to buy a bed set that includes water, such as ships, lighthouses, boats, anchors, nautical stripes and prints inspired images. Matching cushions jet can also be purchased. The second option is to go with solid color bedding in shades of blue or white, or a combination of both, as a pattern of stripes blue and white subtle. White hose can be added on the edges, and throw pillows with water, or solid red, white and blue themes can also be used.

The next step is to choose the wall color. Although you can use white (preferably antique white), red, light or dark blue, applied with particular attention to avoid creating an overwhelming feeling. Overall, I recommend a white wall, like bedding, wall art, accessories usually adds quite a touch of vibrant color to make the room. Use dark on the wall, painted white above blue halfway. Another approach is to paint the room white with blue trim.

Wallpaper or nautical themed borders are another popular option. Blue and white stripes are also free to this design. Murals can be a fun option. Large murals can be purchased and applied to walls, or hand-painted directly on the walls. A good idea is to look through books for inspiration. Some suggestions for murals are scenes of the sea or ocean with sailboats and ships in the distance, ratings, wheel, anchors, lighthouses, seagulls, shells and sea pirate captain.

Nautical Theme Room ideas: 

1. You can use paintings or prints of lighthouses, sailboats and other typical objects or water scenes. Old photos of lighthouses and boats work well. Photos can be taken from magazines or books, cut and framed to hang on the wall or placed in small groups on dressers. Maps sailing framed as old maps that trace the routes of early explorers provide an interesting twist.

2. Buy a mural, draw a large circle on the surface and cut out the shape of a circle. The application of the mural on the wall, and paint a frame around it to give the impression of a window. The large circular mirrors can also provide this, especially if they are white, blue, silver or red trim.

3. Pillows, blankets and red, white and blue carpet adds to the nautical feel in space. Add collections of shells, driftwood, sand dollars and driftwood.

4. Nautical accessories may include: models of lighthouses and sailboats, marine flags, anchors, oars, life true rescue boat, water lighting, lamps, rugs lighthouse beacon, Captain wheels, nautical watches, fishing net, newspapers, treasure chest, pirate or sailor figurines, shells, maps, compasses and telescopes.

5. Brown wood furniture, like a sofa bed, dressers, night tables, shelves and go well with a nautical theme. You can even buy a boat shaped bed. Another option is the furniture in solid white or white finish.

6. Another completely different concept for a nautical room, which does not contain a combination of red, white and blue, is the creation of a life using gray, blue sea and tan. This approach to design is great for an older child. Walls can be painted with a scene of sea and sky in subtle blue and gray, or wall can be applied. Driftwood and rope can be attached around the bed frame Place a picture of a seagull on top of a bedpost Use of fishing nets across the room. Neutral carpet colors can represent sand. Fish can be suspended from the ceiling by a thin rope on the network. Drawers and other bedroom furniture can be sanded, finished with a driftwood applied. Crane also works with driftwood and nautical theme, which looks like the lair of a castaway.
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