The start of middle school is a common time for children to redecorate their rooms to reflect their maturing personalities and tastes. If your son or daughter is ready for a new space to call his or her own, check out our tips for making the switch from kid room to tween room.
Dorm rooms are roughly the size of prison cells, yet retailers and our kids convince us to buy enough stuff for them to fill Buckingham Palace! What items should you leave off your dorm room shopping list?
Tweens are still family-bound and too young to be out with friends all the time, so they spend a lot of time in their rooms. Your tween is at a transitional age, so here are some tips for designing a tween room that will grow into a teen room.
As tweens outgrow the "baby stuff" in their childhood rooms, advertisers are all too happy to give you tween decorating tips. As you redecorate, here are some tween-tastic ideas that you'll want to avoid.
You might suspect thread count is simply a marketing ploy to make Egyptian cotton sheets sound more luxurious. But it's really a scientific term, with strict federal standards on how those threads are counted.
While a lot of people's jaws would drop if asked whether they would pay $64,950 for a bed, there are others out there who would answer a resounding yes -- even outside the typical luxury-purchase crowd. What makes this bed so expensive?
Whether you're decorating a master bedroom, a child's room, a teenager's room, or a guest bedroom, follow this expert decorating advice to create the mood you desire. And check out the image gallery for design inspiration!