When designing a children's bedroom, we always fall into the usual design template of pinks and blues and a little corner devoted to playtime. But, for parents who want to add a little more creative flair to their kid's space, here are some cool ideas to get you started.
What better way to inspire your children's creative side than by having them wake up to a cool and colorful artwork every single day. While hiring a real artist to customize a mural that is to your family's taste (whether it is floral patterns or their favorite cartoon character) is your best option, it is also by far the priciest. If time and budget isn't on your side, a cheaper alternative would be to buy beautifully-designed sticker art, just like the one above.
A kid's room can get messy at times with all the toys, the books, the videogames, and homeworks, so don't forget to install bookshelves and drawers (as well as those versatile plastic containers) to make it easy for them to organize their stuff.
Turn the room into a fun, little escape for your little one by having a theme that matches your child's interest. Aside from making them kids happy, sticking to a theme would also make it easier for you to narrow down your choices when it comes to buying furniture and decor for the room. Take for example this room, just add a few action figures and floating shelves in blue and red colors and, voila, you have yourself a
Add little details that will get a child's imagination running, such as colorful buntings, play tents, or even a tipi, which are all very easy to create on your own.
It is very common for us to see compact children's bedrooms, but wouldn't it be nice to give kid's more than enough space to indulge in their day-to-day activities such as studying and playing and even inviting a few friends for sleepovers.
Colors have the ability to affect our mood, so choose wisely, especially for your tots. Yellow and orange are among the best colors as both promote a happy, creative, and energetic vibe. While some would paint the entire room in a single color, it is also a great idea to just devote a wall to a bright shade like yellow, orange, red, and blue and then paint the rest with a much safer color such as white.