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K-12: 10 Tips for Creating a Boy’s Bedroom He Won’t Outgrow

By Jacinda |

I first shared with you the K-12: 10 Tips for Creating a Girl’s Bedrooms She Won’t Outgrow. While there are many tips in there that can also work with a boy’s room, things like “add sparkle” and “ruffles” don’t always work out as well. In this roundup, I put together the tips I’ve kept in mind when decorating my son’s bedroom. It might feel a little daunting to think: Will he still like this when he’s fifteen? Really though, it’s not hard at all to come up with decor that is both playful and mature. See how themes like sports and cars have been given a new twist, and learn which furniture styles and fabrics will stand the test of time.

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K-12: 10 Tips for Creating a Boy's Bedroom They Won't Outgrow

Choosing a Color Palette

When you're first sitting down to decide where to start decorating, pick a color palette you confidently feel will grow with your child. The color palette sets the mood, so it might be darker tones that you want, or maybe you'll decide that lighter hues are the way to go. Choose colors that you know can pretty much go with anything, especially new linens.  

 

Photo via Land of Nod.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding partner of Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful. She can also be found on Take 10 with Jaime and Jacinda and contributing to Babble Home. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jacinda Cannon's latest posts →

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