Thursday, November 11, 2010

Restyle Your Child’s Bedroom

Children are constantly growing and evolving so finding the right style for your child’s bedroom can be a difficult and challenging task. If you are thinking of redecorating your child’s room there are a few things to keep in mind so you can make sure you give your kids the perfect bedroom they’ve always dreamed off.

With each new fad and style that comes along, kids are constantly changing their minds about what they like, so it’s important to create a bedroom for them that can last the test of time. If your child gets bored of their room they’re more likely to demand a new look, costing you valuable money and time that could be spent on other things. If you don’t want to fork out for expensive redecoration costs every six months then taking some time to plan out your child’s bedroom redecoration properly is very important.

The first thing you should do when thinking of redecorating is talk to your child and find out exactly what their ideal bedroom would look like.

If your child is involved in this process it is more likely that they will love the result. So if you don’t want your child’s wall plastered in posters of pop stars and footballers for the next ten years make sure your child gets a say in their redecoration so they will want to keep it as clutter and poster free as possible.

Creating a space where your child feels able to relax, play and unwind is very important for their development so try to make sure you give them enough storage space for all their books and toys. If you have a child of school age it’s a good idea to incorporate some space for them to study so they can do their homework in peace and quiet with all their home comforts around them.

When thinking about decorating a boy’s room it’s a good idea to match the style of the room with their interests and hobbies.

If you have a big football fan on your hands you could choose your colour scheme based on their favorite team or create a faux football pitch in their room. If you’re creating a room for your daughter, take inspiration from their favorite fairytales, nursery rhythms or TV shows. Every young girl wants to be a princess so if you really want to perfect this look invest in some ornate French bedroom furniture for a bedroom design that is not only royal but pretty and stylish to boot. Think pink for younger girls and stylish modern colors, and furniture with a girly twist, for your teenagers.

Once you’ve picked your perfect theme for your own child’s bedroom you can create an attractive and exciting space where your child can relax, unwind and play. Involving your kids in this process will help to make sure they love and enjoy their new living space for years to come.

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