Designing a room for a preschooler means taking steps now to ensure the design can age with your child. The following are a few ideas to create the perfect mixture of play space and sleeping area for your young child. Use soft flooring Although tumbles and falls are less common as children hit the preschool years, there is still rough housing and horseplay to contend with. Hard flooring increases the chances of bumps and bruises, plus it doesn't dampen any noise from an exuberant child running about.
Mirrors can be used in many ways around your home. Do you love the way that mirrors reflect light, but don't want to have your house looking like a fun house at the carnival? The placement of mirrors in your home can be tricky. If you position them the wrong way, you can end up with the fun house appearance that you don't want. I love mirrors in my home, but I was struggling to find new ways to use them. After a lot of trial and error and a little help from an interior designer, I have mastered the placement of mirrors in my home. Stop by my site to get some unique ideas for using mirrors in your home.