Design Tip: Designing a child’s bedroom


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Decorating a child’s room can be lots of fun – it’s the one place in the house where you can go all out and have lots of fun doing it – maybe even involve your child in some of the work! Remember to be careful about the needs of your child but make sure that at the same time the room is lively and cosy.

Think about what your child likes ...

Think about what your child likes, before you begin – the colors they like, their favorite superheroes, their dreams, their imagination and talks that surround their creativity and so on. Once you have made the list of things your kids likes and dislikes you can go ahead and decide with designing options like theme rooms, fun furnitures, faux wall paintings, and creative window treatments.

A bedroom fit for a princess

When choosing the colour of the room its always advisable to go for their favourite colour. Remember, if they like a colour which may not be to your taste there is always room for negotiation as you can pick a shade of that colour which you find a little more pleasing on the eye. If you’d like your kids to be involved give them the option of a variety of shades.

Think of a theme ...

If you are thinking of themed rooms, look through their picture books and toys. Use the right theme color for the room and decorate it with toys and accessories that will give your kids room a superb finish.

Contemporary Kid's Bedroom

Versatile furnishings and unique window treatments can also enhance the look of your kid’s room.  For floorings, rugs with cartoons characters and funny themes are the right ones. Make sure non-skid pads are used under decorative area rugs. Also, you need to make sure that all electrical wires are out of their reach, as safety comes first. Storage units should not be too high for them to reach. Also, save some place to display your child’s artwork, collections and projects.

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  1. Splendid Avenue Reply August 21, 2012 at 2:14 pm

    Great advice and good points! Thanks for stopping by and i am glad i came by here, great blog!

  2. donnasrobet Reply September 3, 2012 at 10:50 am

    Thank You for the design tips for child room painting. All your looks go great

  3. Emily - The Bunting Studio Reply October 20, 2012 at 7:57 am

    Hi, loving your room inspiration. Bunting is always a quick way to brighten up a space, especially my Little Monster Bunting, you can find at Etsy and Folksy stores


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