child's room

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Noun1.child's room - a bedroom for a child
bedchamber, bedroom, sleeping accommodation, sleeping room, chamber - a room used primarily for sleeping
baby's room, nursery - a child's room for a baby
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Here is the key of the door, so that you can go in and out as you please; you will bring the priest with you, and will oblige me by introducing him into my child's room.
It was not a child's room, but a grown-up person's room, with gloomy old pictures on the walls and heavy old oak chairs.
Hang the collage in the kitchen, if it's food themed, or in your child's room.
They're typically used as a den, home office, studio, spare room, bed platform or play area in a child's room - bed platforms are also popular in high-ceilinged studio apartments.
By slightly revamping your child's room to include extra storage space, or by jazzing up the colour palette with a new bed or lamp, you'll notice a change in the enthusiasm level of your child.
Prosecutors say the accused walked through the house, entered into the child's room and took Dhs100 from a saving box
TEEN SPIRIT There's plenty of choice out there for furnishing a younger child's room, but fewer options when it comes to designing a room for a teenager.
ASHBURNHAM -- Fire officials have determined the origin of the fatal fire that claimed the life of an elderly woman Friday to be an electrical outlet in a child's room.
washed, sanded, and placed it in a child's room as a shelf.
In fact, plum is a strong enough shade to make a real statement in any room, and it can take a child's room right through from early years to young teens with a few key accessories updated now and again.
Washington, March 27 ( ANI ): Kourtney Kardashian, who has two children with beau Scott Disick, believes that every child's room should have some magic in it.
The 250 comes with a built-in thermometer that monitors the temperature in the child's room.