Decorating Advice for Your Kid’s Room

Posted by Bryan on 4/9/2014

The kids’ rooms are not just places where they sleep; these are their spaces inside your home where they can complete their homework, read, play games and arrange and re-arrange their toys. In short, kids’ rooms are their own sanctuary where they can get things done and enjoy their stress-free life with other kids. With these things in mind, it’s important that proper planning and design should be made to make the rooms more practical and comfortable for a long period of time. Or when the rooms are already up, it’s best to redecorate and freshen up looks of the rooms on a regular basis.

Kids Room Use fun colors and colorful furnishings for the playroom

The playroom should provide your kids with motivation and inspiration to play around and complete their creative tasks.  You can start by updating the design of their rooms using a colorful wall mural or by adding a new paint. There are fun furnishings like beanbag chairs, floor mats and add other play yard elements like slide or a swing. You can also provide them with table and chair sets where they can do their coloring, complete their home works or just to some other creative activities.

Reinvent the nursery and the kids’ bed

You also need to focus on color when you want to update the looks of their bedroom or if you want to improve their beds. Make sure you anchor your redesign efforts on their favorite hues, themes or cartoon characters. For their beds, you can add comfortable toddler and crib bedding in their favorite cartoon character designs. Some brands usually come complete with pillows and pillow cases.

Your nursery will not be complete without a crib and the changing table. You can complement these by adding a baby swing, extra dresser and a rocking chair. There are some manufacturers that offer kids’ furnishings in package, like a crib with a dresser. The great thing about these packages is that they come in one theme or style. Learn to create balance when designing the nursery and bedroom. Don’t add too much furniture into their bedrooms. Make sure there’s still enough space for your kids where they can play.

You can complete the redecorating job by adding a few nursery and bedroom decors. You can throw in decorative pillows for their beds, add a few wall arts and use decorative lamps for added effect.

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