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(United Kingdom – 24th May 2012) Whilst ducks and teddy bears are the perfect choice for toddlers, it gets to a time when parents must accept that their kids are growing up. This week, Terrys Fabrics is offering homeowners advice on how to decorate their children’s’ rooms by getting them involved.

Typically, teenagers like to be rebellious. What better way to get on the right side of children than to give them the reigns. It may seem like a scary thought but parents that have let their kids take charge have saved on many arguments.

Bright, bold colours are bang on trend this season as homeowners look to bring the summer inside. Citrus colours and pastels inject colour and personality into the home and give children the opportunity to express themselves.

When redecorating a child’s room, parents are advised to bear storage and study space in mind. By ensuring there is enough storage in a room, kids and teens have no excuse but to keep their rooms tidy. A desk or computer stand can make a distinct divide between work and play and give children a place of refuge when things get too much.

The Terrys Fabrics site at features an eclectic range of curtains, cushions, lighting, bedding and much more. Once children have chosen their colour scheme and theme, there is plenty of products for children to choose from.

Terrys Fabrics tells homeowners that it is best to choose duvet covers and curtains which compliment the main colour in a room. These can be easily changed when children decide they are ready for another change.

Visit the site to find out more about the latest interior design trends and tips from Terrys Fabrics.

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