Children’s decor is one of the few types of interior decorating that has to happen several times over a time period. That is, if you like to decorate with age dependent items and decor. This is a good time to let your children have a say in how they want their own domain to look.
Childhood bedrooms should reflect your child’s personality. Discover their interests and then incorporate it into a room that can last several years and have minimum changes made to mature it as he ages.
Is he into dinosaurs and animals? Coordinate his ideas with dark stained woods. Pick a simple piece like this bed frame and decorate a room around it. If you dont want to be so cliche with green and brown walls, try other colors of the jungle. Don’t forget its a colorful place! Incorporate every hue of blue, tans, oranges, yellows and reds. These colors can double as mature colors once he leaves the dinosaur and jungle stage behind and enters his teenage years.
Is she in a princess stage? Everybody does pink walls and flowers. Really amp up the royalty aspect with purple, peaches and whites. These are both “princessy” colors and more mature colors for when she becomes older. Go for full sized mattresses that can accommodate their smaller childhood size and the bigger body of their teenage years.
Daybeds are also great options for children’s rooms, it creates both a sleeping area and a hangout couch for when they invite friends over for a few games on the Xbox or to watch the newest episode of their favorite television show.
Decorating for children doesnt have to be a task that has to be repeated every few years. very easily it can be changed into a long term design with just a few ideas thought outside of the box.