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Designs that Grow

Kids Bedrooms that Last
It happens all too soon: kids grow up. They outgrow clothes, shoes, and toys faster than they wear out and it can be difficult to keep up at times. Well, one thing you shouldn't have to worry about is their bedroom. There are ways to design a nursery or child's bedroom so that it can easily grow with the child. From paint colors that transition from childhood to the teenage years, to cribs that convert into a daybed or full-bed there are plenty of ways keep your child comfy without periodically draining your wallet.
Try a color scheme like this one from Sherwin-Williams®
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PB Teen®
Beadboard Loft Bed
If you are short on space you can bring work and sleep together with this expertly crafted Beadboard Loft by PB Teen®. Designed with a full bed up top, spacious desk with a cabinet and dresser below this is sure to be a bed your child will love for years to come while providing excellent workspace and storage.
smith+noble®
Classic Roman Fabric Shades
With a variety of fabrics smith+noble® Classic Roman Fabric Shades can add a whimsical flair to any room without being childish. Fold lines are inverted and seamed to create precise, defined folds and clean horizontal lines. You can pair them with panels or drapes for added visual impact.
Benjamin Moore®
Chalkboard Paint
Enjoy life-sized murals from the family artist, by creating a wall canvas with Benjamin Moore's® Chalkboard Paint. Available in any color, this paint can be perfectly matched to your dec√≥r and makes any wall a safe space for your child to exercise his or her creativity. It's also easy to clean.
 
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