The idea of creating a living space for your little champ might be exciting, but it isn’t an easy task. You have so many ideas, things are super pricey, and managing space in the right way is also an issue. But instead of panicking, just do a little research, planning and shop around to create the desired paradise for your kids.
Here are given some decoration tips for the best possible results:
Make it Spacious:
The spacious room is good for anyone, but it is essential for your kids because they are in an age where they need space to play and indulge in different activities. If you are a protective mother who doesn’t feel secure to send their children outside, then at least make their room spacious for doing activities. Obviously, they can’t play football inside, but they can invite their friends and play some indoor games. So, keep their room breathable and spacious instead of stuffing it with every possible piece of furniture.
Add Some Accessories:
Accessories are an amazing way to add decoration in the room without spending much. Nowadays becoming trendy can be a blow to your budget but accessories save you from getting broke despite giving some trendy touches to your room. Wind chimes, door hangings, fairy lights, and funky wall hooks can be a great decoration item, and your kid wouldn’t hate them even after growing up.
Give a Personalized Touch:
Try to give a personalized tint to your children’s room so that they can feel more welcoming, comfortable, and loved. Make some space to display their achievements like awards, certificates, and medals to make them feel proud of themselves. Also, display canvas prints family picture or pictures of their happy moment or any funny click. They will feel homier despite being alone in the room.
Some parents just don’t consider adding in a built-in in their kid’s room. It is totally the wrong approach. Your kids might not need them now, but they are definitely going to need them when they grow up. Their needs will also grow and living style will change. Invest in adding built-ins in your kid’s room like display shelves, book racks, cupboards, and a desk. It will also help to keep the room more organized.
Add Some Art:
Here, art doesn’t mean some artistic and expensive paintings. It means adding some posters of cartoon characters in your kid’s room or your child’s own hand-made drawings in an organized way. The pops of color will make the room more colorful, lively and artistic without spending much.
Play with the Lighting:
Good lighting is essential for any room, including your kid’s room. Don’t stick to the usual tube light or bulb. Step up the lighting game by having some fun with it. Put a bedside lamp, and adding adjustable lights is also a good idea. Install lights which can become dim or bright as per the mood and requirement.
Consider their Interest:
Talk with your kids for their input because kids usually have an idea of their room. They could have a particular taste in color scheme, decoration, furniture, and setting of the room. Give value to their taste and ideas instead of forcing your own opinion because ultimately, your kids are going to live in the room, not you. But try to stick to the minimal side if your kids want to add an image of their favorite cartoon character or some things like car and planets, etc. Give their touch in bedding and wall decals so that uplifting becomes easier when your child’s interests change after growing up.
You can create an amazing living space for your kids with a little planning and sprinkling some artistic ideas. It might not be easy, but can become with your smart input!