Creating An Amazing Bedroom Your Kids Will Love

If your child has outgrown their nursery, it’s probably time to revamp their bedroom. The great thing about giving your kid’s bedroom a makeover is that it doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming to do. Doing up your child’s bedroom may be a little pricey, depending on what needs doing, but it’s more than worth the cost. Obviously, you don’t have to spend hundreds, but if you want to design them a bedroom that will last for a while, investing in it is a good idea.

If you want your child to love their room – something that’s important if you want them to sleep in their own bed, creating a space they love is a must. Many parents struggle when it comes to getting their child’s bedroom right. However, creating a space that they love doesn’t have to be difficult. It’s just a case of thinking each design choice through and taking your child’s likes and dislikes in to account4588245026_b82caa8a7f_o


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To help you create your child the most amazing bedroom, here are a few tips and ideas. Hopefully, these will help you create a space that your little one will like spending time in.

Be choosy about colors

When it comes to creating a beautiful bedroom for your child, color schemes can be tricky to get right. While you want to decorate in a color, your child likes – kids love bright colors, it’s also important to create a space that’s soothing. The best way to get around this problem is to add color with pastel shades. This gives the room a fun feel but doesn’t make it a space that’s too ‘loud’.

Make the space child-friendly

You would think that this goes without saying, but you would be surprised by how many parents don’t think about this. Let’s be honest about it, kids love to make a mess. So when it comes to creating them a beautiful bedroom, it’s crucial that it’s child-friendly.

This means opting for paint that can be wiped clean and flooring that won’t ruin if something gets spilled on it. The best flooring to go for in a child’s room tends to be wood or laminate. If your child has a tendency to draw on the walls, opting for chalkboard paint could be a good idea. It comes in lots of colors, can be drawn on and is easy to clean.

Prioritize storage


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One of the most important things when it comes to designing a child’s bedroom is to prioritize storage. Kids have lots of stuff – toys, games, books, clothes, etc. So if you want their bedroom to be relatively tidy, having enough storage is crucial.

From storage crates to built-in wardrobes, there are plenty of storage options to choose from. Ideally, it’s best to opt for storage that’s low enough for your children to use themselves. So that they get into the habit of clearing up after playing with their toys.

Make it a fun space

As well as being a practical space – aka somewhere that’s child-friendly, your child’s bedroom should also be fun. If want your little one to enjoy spending time in their room, it needs to be designed with them in mind. If your child has a favorite color or theme, use that to create them the room of their dreams.

This doesn’t necessarily mean painting in a certain color but using furniture to create their dream bedroom. To help you do this, there are companies that offer creative bed designs in a range of things, from buses to teepees. These beds really are a must see…They’re created with kids in mind, are bright, bold and lots of fun.

To make your child’s bedroom a space that you know, they’ll love, think about their likes and dislikes. If they’re mad about football, create a football themed space. Add a goal and a football target zone, so that they can perfect their skills. If your child is crazy about art, design a corner of their room with an easel and all of their favorite art supplies.

Add educational features

As well as being a fun place, your child’s bedroom should also be educationaleducational. Simple features like adding educational games, books and a study area, complete with a desk, are ideal. If you want to encourage your child to take their studies seriously, adding educational features to their room is essential.

If you choose to add a bookshelf to your child’s room, beside it add a comfy area. This can be a comfortable chair or a bean bag, it doesn’t matter, it just need to be somewhere that your little one can relax with a book. As well as somewhere that for storytime, the two of you can snuggle up together to read a story.

Personalize the space

The best way to make your child feel at home in their bedroom is by personalizing it. For wall art, use their artwork placed in smart frames or blown up family prints. Instead of investing in ornaments for decorating, use their toys to add style. A child’s room should be a fun place, so using your child’s toys and artwork to decorate it is ideal.

To personalize the space, even more, help your child to make bunting to hang around their room. Allowing your little one to get involved in the creation of their new room will help to make it a place that they love. Ask them to select some of their artwork that they would like to display, so that they feel involved. You’ll find that if your little one feels like they’re included in the design process that they’ll be more likely to love their new bedroom.

There you have it, all the ins and outs of creating a beautiful bedroom for your child. Take these tips and ideas on board and you can design the perfect sleep space for your little one. Get creative, take your child’s likes and dislikes into account and you can create an awesome space. Your child’s bedroom should be their haven, so making it somewhere they love is a must.

All information, ideas and opinion are not mine

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