Designing your own room is one thing, but designing your child’s room is a whole new task. Children’s tastes can be very unpredictable, and your job is to find a theme that can suit their changing moods. Often, the task proves costly and time-consuming.
So how do you decorate your child’s room? First of all, don’t think of it as a daunting task-consider it a chance to show your playful side. With a few good ideas, you can turn your child’s room into a personal haven while barely breaking a sweat. Read on to find out how.
Let them decide. Allow your child, with a little guidance, to decide on room colors, curtain designs, and other accessories. If you can’t agree on a wall color, here’s what you can do: use their chosen color on two opposite walls, and paint the rest in a neutral or contrasting shade. You can also use beige area rugs or other accessories muted shades. This lets you both have your way without sacrificing room aesthetics.
Give it a function/s. For children, bedrooms are more than a place to sleep. Some use it as a playroom, others as a study area, others as a place to entertain their friends. The best setup for a growing child is a multi-functional room that accommodates all their interests. Use area rugs to define areas in the room. Kids area rugs now come in various designs, so let them take their pick.