Your child’s room provides a safe, comforting environment for them to learn, play and rest when they return from school. This is why it’s vital to revamp your child’s room to create a happy and stimulating environment for them.
Choosing the right furnishing, décor and colour for their room can positively affect their mood, personality and interests. Keep reading to learn how you can re-decorate your kid’s room as they get back to school.
1. Keep it simple
When it comes to your child’s room, keep the furnishings to a minimum and the decor simple. This way, you can create more space for them to play and provide a neutral canvas that you can easily update as your kid grows. For example, you can install an Eos lamp for a simple yet affordable look.
This lamp provides a light and airy feel that puts practicality first while providing plenty of space for playtime. You can easily fix it at the top of your ceiling, creating plenty of space and lighting for your child to play and study after a long day at school.
2. Focus on play
When decorating your child’s bedroom, set aside a designated play area for your growing kid. This creates a haven where they can be creative and artistic. A ceiling suspended cargo net, bunk bed slide, or built-in rock climbing wall are great options for encouraging play while helping burn up all the extra pre-bedtime energy.
You may also add an art gallery section where your kid can display their favourite creations.
3. Make the most of your child’s space
Whether you’re working with a small or big bedroom, making the most of your child’s space is necessary. It ensures you utilise available space while creating various sections for your child to play, do homework and explore their interests and dreams.
Depending on your kid’s interest, set up the space with a simple soft bed that doubles as a play zone, reading nook or lounge area. To accentuate and highlight certain areas, use bud lighting such as bud lamps.
These are portable, so you can place them in different sections to set the right atmosphere to boost wellbeing, creativity and performance in their school work.
4. Double up on storage
Children normally own plenty of stuff, from games, books, and toys to their ever-changing wardrobes. Creating a lot of storage space in their bedroom maximises the space and keeps their things neat and organised.
You can use under-the-bed storage crates, hooks, wall-hugging book rails and furniture with built-in storage to double up your storage space. You can also install a second rail in your child’s closet to create vertical storage space.
5. Play with colour
Whether you’re redesigning a nursery or giving your child's room a makeover, choosing the right colour for their bedroom can be tricky. There are many factors to consider when painting, including their personality, favourite colour and taste. Also, different colours evoke different moods, so it’s important to consider your child’s characteristics.
A great tip is introducing a rainbow of colourful accessories into a clean, neutral setting, so you can easily update it when your little one is ready for a new look.
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