Thursday, 18 May 2017

Three Tips for designing your child's bedroom

Decorating your child’s bedroom can present somewhat of a challenge, since you will need to come up with a look and design that can easily be adapted and changed as they grow, mature, and change their interests. However, there are many things that you can do to make sure that you don’t end up with a bedroom that your child is likely to outgrow within just a couple of years, or even within a matter of months. 

Here are some basic design tips to help you put together a room that will be easy to tailor to your child’s needs and preferences over time.

Tip #1. Stick to a Neutral Base:

Many kids are excited by the thought of having a colorful bedroom, however, you should bear in mind that bright colors can quickly be outgrown. 

For example, a little girl may be thrilled to have an all pink bedroom, however, a few years down the line, this could easily become the most uncool thing in the whole world. So, sticking to neutral colors such as cream  or grey is the best way to make sure that you don’t create more decorating work for yourself in the future.  You can add touches of colour in pictures and window dressings.


If you don’t want a completely plain bedroom for your little one, you could consider having a feature wall, since this will be easier to replace or redo in the future rather than all four. You can even create a feature wall using posters, which can easily be taken down and replaced with little effort. Click here to use a great poster maker tool.

Tip #2. Think About Storage:

No matter how old your child is, the one thing that they will always need is somewhere secure to store their things. As a little one, this could be all their toys and games, whilst as they get older, they’ll need space to put their ever-expanding clothing collection, favorite gadgets, and stuff for school. 


When designing a bedroom for your child, it’s a good idea to incorporate smart storage solutions, for example, under-bed storage can be a great idea since it allows your child to keep everything out of the way easily, which is great for moms and dads since you won’t need to tell them to tidy up quite as often!

Tip #3. Choose Flexible Furnishings:

Along with the décor and the storage options, another crucial component of your child’s bedroom is the furniture. When it comes to picking items such as a bed and wardrobe, it’s a good idea to go for an option that is flexible and goes well with any kind of design. For example, wooden furniture is hugely versatile and will fit in nicely with almost any kind of décor that your child wants. 

If you are wise you will stay away from furniture that will need to be replaced after just a short time, such as novelty beds and furnishings with cartoon characters on them.

Decorating a teens room but don't want all black - compromise with a stylish monochrome theme which will hopefully please everyone.



Decorating your child’s room means taking both the present and the future into consideration. Do you have any design tips to share? I’d love to hear from you in the comments.

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