Your children’s room is as much a sanctuary for them as yours is for you, so make it special for them. The first thing to consider when designing your child’s room is whether it will match the rest of the house in terms of style and colours, or whether it will reflect your child’s personality and favourite colours and themes.
We recommend that you go for a timeless look so that they can grow with it. Choosing neutral paint colours while having fun with interchangeable products like art, pillows, and accessories.
Here are some ideas for decorating your children’s room.
1. Decorative plants
Decorating a children’s room with plants is an easy way to bring some life and color to the space. Kids can help choose the plants and participate in decorating their room with them, making it a fun family activity that everyone can enjoy. Starting with succulents is a great way for kids to take good care of the plants as they require little water and sun. Place pots on bookshelves or hang some hanging planters filled with air plants. Don’t forget adding pathways of silk ivy to break up larger rooms or add blocks of tropical greenery around windowsill – this will make a nice emphasis on framing your view while adding some subtle color and beauty to the room. In addition to adding visual interest, incorporating plants into a child’s room can also have many benefits for their overall well-being.
Research has shown that being around plants can help reduce stress and improve air quality, making it a healthier environment for children to play and sleep in. Plus, it can also teach them responsibility as they learn to take care of the plants and watch them grow. As they get older, they can even learn about plant care and biology, which can be a great way to introduce them to the world of gardening. Furthermore, adding plants to a child’s room can also help create a more natural and relaxed atmosphere, which can be beneficial for their mental and emotional health.
2. Wall art and wallpaper
Beautiful art looks great in any room and can be enjoyed by people of all ages! It can help to tie in the theme of the room and brighten it up. We enjoy selecting items that reflect the child’s personality and that they will enjoy looking at, while maintaining the overall feel of the room. Think bold and creative when it comes to wallpaper. Colourful wall prints are another great way to personalize and customize your child’s room.
3. Paint for the walls
Make your children’s rooms as special as yours. When designing your child’s room, the first thing to consider is whether it will match the rest of the house in terms of style and colours, or whether it will reflect your child’s personality and favourite colours and themes.
We recommend going with a timeless style so that they can grow with it. Using neutral paint colours while experimenting with interchangeable items such as art, pillows, and accessories.
Do you already have furniture in the room that you want to keep, or furniture that you can bring from other parts of the house? Make a list of what you have, what you don’t need, and what you want to bring in. When it comes to furniture, we recommend choosing something that is both durable and soft and cozy!
If your child is young, select furniture that is simple to use so that your child can learn quickly.
5. A lot of storage
This is essential in any room, but especially in a child’s because they have so many toys, books, clothes, and other items lying around. To ensure that everything has a place, include storage space such as under the bed, extra shelves in the closet, or a large dresser. For extra storage, we love incorporating baskets into our designs.
This is the place to have a good time! Include those themed pieces to really highlight their interests. Don’t be afraid to show off their books, handcrafted art, or favourite toy!