We all love kids, and they are adorable. As parents, we always want to bring out the best in them and make their day. Of course, there are many ways to make them happy, such as toys, bedtime stories, and things that they aren’t allowed to touch such as knives, scissors, lighter, and so on.
There are ways to keep them delighted all day long, without breaking the bank and taking up much of your time – decorating their bedroom. That’s it, the bedroom is the place kids spend a good amount of time a day, and the design of the room has a great impact on them. Therefore, making your kids’ bedroom better is just about as important as getting your kids greater.
Designing a kid's room is ultimately fun. Kids are always curious and interested in new things. So anything that looks a little more interesting, cosy, and different, is accepted in their choice of interior.
1. Choice of Colors
In order to build your kid’s dream bedroom, you have to get to know your kid’s loves and hates. To get started, pick a colour that is his or her favourite. Observe which colour they prefer more when you pick their clothes, or as simple as their daily interaction with various coloured objects. The idea is to match his or her different personalities and mood with the decoration. If you have a princess-style daughter then go with pastels. Pastel colours are very neutral, soft, soothing and fun to decorate. Boys usually will prefer bold and fun colours such as blue, red, and yellow. Using white as the base and then mixing it with these colours will bring out the best in colours.
2. Bed Designs
It is a matter of safety and taste. For safety, some of you like to get a bed with a railing. While it gives a better look to the bed, your kid’s feet might risk getting stuck into it. For safer reasons, bed railing should be avoided. A soft and comfortable mattress controls the sleep quality, but make sure it is not too soft where the kid needs to make a great effort to get up from bed. A memory foam bed is recommended. The bed comes in different shapes and designs. Vintage is classy and it is loads of fun for girls. Typically, boys prefer something that is modern and adventurous. If your boys are fun-loving and prefer being on the rafters, then bunk beds are perfect for them. Storage bed makes a lot of free space in the room where kids can play.
3. Adds Rug
Placing a rug in the centre of the room highlights the theme of your decoration. Choose a rug that has soft and bright in colour would be a good choice, as the overall light theme is good for kids’ eye development. In addition, children often like to sit down and play on the floor, choosing a soft texture rug will be a wise decision on the hard floor, as we look for comfort when it concerns our children.
4. Study Table
A nice small study table is an essential add-on to the bedroom. You can make a convenient classroom for your children by placing a small study table in the room. Placing it by the window offers a great view and ample light source, which helps your child to stay focused during the reading session.
5. Add Comfort with Bean Bag
Knowing your children, they won’t spend a lot of time in one place, sitting corner can be an ideal addition to the room. The idea adds a great deal to the comfort of your child. You can pick something furry and softy. Floor cushions or bean bags would do well for its portability to be placed anywhere.
6. Wall Stickers
It’s a great way to add magic to kids’ imaginations. They are removable and cheaper than wallpaper. Wall stickers can range in different sizes and designs, such as clouds, little dots, planes, cars and stars, or even ones that glow in the dark like twinkling stars or planets. Kids can immerse themselves in their imagination; it helps to develop their creativity. Besides, kids have many idols that they adore. A poster of their favourite football star, movie, or Disney princess on the wall provides a delightful experience, every time they enter the room.
7. Storage Box
Last but not least, having a large storage chest drawer in your kid's bedroom is necessary – keeping kids’ bedrooms clean and neat is just as imperative. The storage box can be used to keep kids’ toys, blankets, laundry, etc. It helps kids to develop self-organization skills, as parents will teach them to keep up with stuff after use; it can be a fun process, depending on how they are taught.
That’s it, here are some affordable and cheap tips to make your kids’ bedroom better, if you are on a budget. However, every individual is different from others; your kids might prefer stuff that most others dislike. So, it’s ultimately up to parents like you to figure out what they like. Thus, please share with us if you have any other great ideas on top of ours. Cheers.