Decorating a child’s bed room is far different from decorating your own bedroom or a bedroom for the elderly. Kids’ themes are more inclined to be carefree, fun, lighthearted, and of course, something which caters to their interest.
This article lists some tips on decorating kids bedroom like a pro.
- Wall decals
These are the best way to decorate a kid’s bedroom with particularly if you live on rent and cannot paint. Decals can be used as a part of overall theme like something fun on the plain walls. Let your younglings choose a decal of their choice and let them install it on the walls. You can help them putting the decals on the walls too. If your child gets bored with the theme, these decals can be easily removed and you can replace them with the ones your child loves. You can also choose to leave the walls bare.
- A dedicated space for school work
Once your child is grown enough to do the homework and studies, they need an area to focus on their academics and another for relaxing. You don’t need a huge space for the same, just having a simple desk and an adjustable chair is enough. You can also have a beanbag for a relaxing time after a hard day at school.
- Use open shelves
Kids tend to make a lot of mess not until they are taught to be organized. Hence, we recommend installing open shelves with baskets or bins to keep the toys in place. This also makes them easily accessible and to see where the toy goes when the playtime is over for the day. Always keep things of similar nature in one basket and make your child learn on how to organize his stuff.
- Maximize the space as much as you can
In a tiny bedroom, maximize the space by putting the bed against the wall so that the bed’s head is in a corner. It expands the space for playtime and makes the room spacious for the kids.
- Bunk beds
If you have a small and shared bedroom, bunk beds are the best for kids and they love them too! You might also want to set a schedule for rotation on who gets a chance to sleep on the top bunk. Ensure to keep it fight free and establish some ground rules to keep it all hassle free.