Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Bring out the artist in your child!

A simple saying on the wall can be a focal point in a room like this quote from Pablo Picasso. Bring out the artist in your child by hanging their artwork from a clothesline, or purchase a dry erase board or chalkboard so that they can color or write messages. Frame a few extra special pieces and build an entire room around an artistic theme. Consider making each wall a different color, and use your child’s handprints to really make the space unique.

At Olee Kids, we know how fast children grow, and for that reason, we offer a complete line of affordable and removable wall decals that can be changed in a snap!

All of these items, and many more can be purchased at www.OleeKids.com. We also offer custom designs, and can make a life-size wall graphic out of your digital photograph. Enjoy each and every stage of your child’s development.

Happy decorating!

Friday, September 17, 2010

Accessorize with Dots!

Dots are popular design choice!
You can find bedding and plenty of accessories with dots in all colors. You can sew curtains, make pillows, find fun rugs, pictures, and colorful lampshades to carry out the theme. Contact paper circles can be cut out and adhered to walls, or make a stencil and paint them on the walls. Then customize the space with your child’s name or a monogram to finish it off.

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Decorating with a Theme

Create a theme using your child’s favorite pastimes or hobbies.
Swimming is one possibility. Create a “pool” by painting the walls blue,
show off trophies, and then consider wall decals of your children
swimming like one of our clever customers did!

Friday, September 10, 2010

Decorating themes your child will love!

Kids grow and change quickly!
When considering a decorating theme for a child’s room, keep in mind that what they like now, won’t be “cool” two years from now. Hunt for inexpensive items and get the most for your money with paint, posters, linens, pillows, re-purposed items, and a little creativity.

Over the next few days, we will post a few ideas for a special room your child will love.

Create bold stripes using contrasting colors of paint. As a focal point paint an initial on the wall, or use an inexpensive graphic or monogram to personalize the space for your child. Find bold linens in complimentary colors and artwork with contrasting mattes and frames.