From plain to fancy and everything in between, the children rooms hold promises and dreams. Rooms for babies and toddlers can be done in any way the parents choose. However, older children generally love being part of the decorating process.
From the time they are born, little ones begin to amass a huge quantity of clothing, toys and books, augmented as years pass by collections, hobbies, schoolwork, and equipment.
- A toddler's room will require organizing an ever-growing collection of toys and books.
- Like a cat with nine lives, versatile kid's rooms need objects that can grow, change, and adapt to new uses.
- The lightning should be adequate in toddler's room. This is one criterion which should be carefully done.
- Give the room some longevity by choosing background elements that are long lasting.
- Choose a background color to use on the painted walls, floors, and ceiling. Use your main fabric print to guide you.
Choose a focal point for the room. While many choose the bed as the main point of interest, you could focus on a display shelf, a painted wall mural, or decorated play area. The focal point should really reinforce your chosen theme.
- Whatever stage your children are in, you've probably realized the ongoing need for adequate storage.
Young kids are very imaginative and creative and wants to set up there own world. So while designing the room for young children, their involvement is must. Here are some of the things one must take care:
- Be sure to involve child by getting his or her ideas and choose favorite colors, favorite sports or artistic interests, or story or movie characters.
- Take a main colour with your child's choice and make it a major element, then stat designing rest of the things.
- Shop for fabric, wallpaper or border paper that will reinforce the choice of the kid. Some kids like plains, other prefers checks o strips, some are fond of floral pints other like it geometrical, and so it differs from child to child.
The choice of bedding should be according to room which will enhance both the color scheme and theme you've selected. Floral patterns can get well for girls and game themes go for boys.
- Make sure to build a place for the collection and display of your child's artwork, projects, collections.
- A proper storage is needed for any age group. The storage should be accompanied with desk and something like it.
- Safety is the utmost important thing. Keep electrical cords out of the way, use non-skid pads under decorative area rugs, and don't stack storage units too high.