Creating a bedroom for your little one to play in can be fun and exciting for parents. However, not everyone pays attention to every little detail despite putting thought into the décor.
But believe it or not, such things can make a huge difference in helping the room come together in a more coordinated interior fashion. If you are giving your kid’s bedroom a makeover, now is the time to make things right and do it better this time around.
Not sure how? Let us help you design a better kid’s bedroom with some tips.
- Always Remember Less Is More
Many parents believe that filling up their kid’s bedrooms with piles of toys and things will allow them to make the most of the space. But the truth is far from this notion as it only clamors the place, making it seem too overwhelming. Many kids might even feel too occupied with so much stuff happening in their bedroom that they would soon get bored.
So the solution? The solution is remembering that less is more when deciding your kid’s bedroom décor. Understand minimalism, and if you need ideas, check out Pinterest or Instagram pages of various interior decorators. It would surely help you visualize the minimal technique and how beautiful it can look instead of piles and tons of toys.
- Acknowledge Their Interests
Many parents try to force their liking and interests onto their children. But come on, guys, we are living in 2022! It is about time we let our kids exercise their interests with passion and freedom. And the best way to do that? Acknowledgement. It can do wonders for your kid’s confidence and help them build interest in their surroundings.
Not to mention it strengthens your bond with your kids. So would you give it up for just a regular paint job or a themed bedroom? Not. Instead, engage in your kid’s interests and plan a thematic bedroom for them. You can even get a kids tent bed that coordinate with the theme and keep your little one happy and engaged.
- Amp up The Storage
Storage becomes an issue, especially if your little one is in adolescence and getting into teenage. Growing children require more space to store everything adequately. Everything needs to be organized, from clothes to footwear, toys, books, etc. Otherwise, don’t complain if they grow up to be messy and irregular with organizing things.
So like every training is good in the early days, allowing more space for your child as they grow up helps them become better at storage and organizing. You can help them put away things, categorize them into different types, and even help colour coordinate their wardrobe. Moreover, their books won’t get damaged or lost and remain in their designated space to use whenever.
- Play With Texture & Pattern Instead Of Colors
Gone are the days when kids’ bedrooms were nothing short of bright, neon colours splash on the wall, drapes, bedsheets, etc. Especially if your child is growing, this is the perfect time to forget crazy colours and play with texture and patterns instead. There are many ideas out there with which you can easily experiment.
For instance, give the bedroom a monochrome look by using just a single colour palate while experimenting with patterns like lines, dots, etc. You can introduce texture with furry rugs, throw pillows, fuzzy blankets, and flowy drapes. Add a silhouette with straight-cut furniture like a work desk, chair, or couch.
- Create a Cozy Corner
Everybody likes to unwind at the end of the day. So why devoid your kid the experience of unwinding in a cozy nook right in their bedroom? You don’t even have to do much to create one. Just add some pillows blankets and create a fortress with sheets and Voila! You have got yourself a cozy corner.
Whether they like to unwind, relax, read or take naps in that nook, one thing is sure. You kid would love it. You can have some quiet time with your kid in the cozy corner to bond and rejoice. It can truly be one interesting little space that will fill your child with fun and comfort, all in one go.
Decorating a kid’s bedroom seems easy to achieve. But evidently, the challenge lies in doing it right. So this time, when you give your kid’s bedroom a makeover, make sure you take up the challenge and do it right. Cheers!