It's Child's Play!
A two-decade-long research study has shown that an early childhood surrounded by colours or educational toys, letters and numbers will leave positive fingerprints on a person’s brain well into their late teens.
For a child, a bedroom is more than just a place to sleep. It’s a spot for study, playtime, read and stockpile toys. You’ll need a space that serves all those functions and is comfortable yet practical for several years to come. As children grow older, their preferences change. So use accessories and colours that are easily replaced. Think fun, growth and practicality!
Here are a few tips to help you design your child’s room!
- Involve your child in the design process
Allow your children feel that their room is their own space, by involving them in the designing process. Don’t forget the better your child feels about his or her space, the more likely they will enjoy being there in the long run.
- Play with Colour
Have fun with colour while decorating your child’s room. Why not install a feature wall for a splash of colour and pattern. You not necessarily need to add colour on the walls. Get fun fabrics for bedsheets, curtains, furniture, etc can be a source of colour and make the room brighter and cheerier.
- Follow Their Interest
Most kids have a passion for something: space, insects, the colour pink, Hello Kitty or a popular cartoon character. If possible, work your child’s favorite subject into the bedroom’s theme. It doesn’t take much – Even an interesting carpet with patterns and numbers are enough to set a theme and delight your child. The carpet can be used as safety flooring especially for young toddlers. Keep it the design simple, it’s easy to modify the room’s style as your son or daughter matures.
4 .Have Fun!
Childhood is so fleeting – before you know it, your child will be grown and gone. Make the most of those precious childhood years while you still have them, and don’t sweat the small stuff. Have fun decorating your child’s bedroom, and make sure to let them have a say on the colors, theme and furnishings.