6 Ideas On How To Decorate Kid’s BedroomPosted on: June 10th, 2016
A kid’s bedroom has to be playful and comfortable. Create a space where being sent to your room is more of a reward than a punishment. Start decorating with a stylish color pallet, and smart furnishings, so you will have bedrooms for young boys and girls that will transition early into more young adult spaces in the future.
1. Let Them Help
Decorating their room together provides a great opportunity for your child to express their personalities, creativity, and can be a great outlet to learn more about your child.
2. Get Funky with Accessories
Accessories are a great way to introduce trends because they cost effective and add a bold statement. For example, punch up a bed ensemble with fun pillow cases from the Hourglass Pillow Collection.
3. Get The Right Bed
Titti is a collection of single beds, which hosts multiple styling solutions to suite all spaces. The opening base provides an opportunity for fitted drawers or a second bed so they can have a friend sleep over. The fully removable upholstery covers are available in fabric, skay (eco-leather) or leather; plus, there are a wide range of feet versions to choose from.
Peggy bed by Bonaldo
Paco bed by Bonaldo
Centouno bed by Bonaldo
4. Do Consider Built-Ins
When your child goes off to college, their rooms often transition into a home office or a guest room. Built-In Shelves and even desk space are great for a study or den. Shelving offers a place to display things and offers plenty of space for books; which encourages children to read. The Alterno Collection have various depths and colors that open up endless possibilities. This collection makes it flexible and suitable for any kid’s room.
5. Stay Organized
To help your children stay organized, keep things within reach. Closet storage, benches and coat racks will all be used more often if kids are able to reach them. The Accent Tone Box ottoman is a great alternative to seating and provides extra storage. This ottoman is available in wooden frame, upholstered in eco-leather, waterproof nabuk or pure wool.
6. Lights on!
Make sure to include multiple forms of lighting in their rooms. Overall lighting is a necessity but added small lights can provide a reading light; or it might help them find the bathroom at night. This fun orange suspension lamp, with a lampshade of lacquered metal and methacrylate is available in two sizes; 50cm and 70 cm.
Another funky option is the ISASS which is available in a table version and in two different sized floor models. The ISASS is made of opal white polyethylene and supplied with chromed metal supports.
Childhood memories are priceless and ultimately your child will forever remember their rooms. With these few tips you are ready to create a space in which will invoke memories and warm feelings for years to come.