Decorating the home seems to have become such a serious task so the perfect area to let loose a little and have some fun is your child’s room. People often say that children see the magic in everything so when it comes to decorating their room it should truly be a place of wonder, imagination and creativity. Children spend a lot of their time in their room so rather than it being a place of punishment that they’re sent to if they have been naughty create a space that they can be excited about. Childhood is over in a flash but the memory of your childhood bedroom stays forever.
Firstly, from a very young age it is clear that children have their own individual personalities. It is almost as if the person they are going to become begins to be shaped from the moment they can recall their first memories. It’s through childhood that they start to discover the world around them; their likes, dislikes, interests and hobbies. So their bedroom should really be a reflection of this.
When it comes to even the smallest of rooms all of the space should be considered. For example, a bed in a child’s room can be made into anything you can think of whether it’s designed to look like an aeroplane or even a princess’ castle. Accessories in the room should be matched to the theme of the room and of course when choosing your theme always pick something your child would love.
Matching the style and theme of your child’s room to the rest of your home can be a difficult matter but once you accept that children’s room are a separate space in their own it’s easy to give a little leeway. You can still keep vaguely in line with the style of your home, so if you are opting for a more traditional look then choose traditional decorating style for your child’s room. Alternatively, if you’re looking to give a more modern and contemporary feel to your home you can still choose a sleek design for their room that still remains imaginative.
Security in a child’s room is something that is probably the most important, mostly for the parent’s peace of mind. Still keeping in mind the idea of durability in the room why not choose PVC window shutters. Installing window shutters in your child’s room not only gives more privacy to the room but also allows for light control to help with your child’s sleeping pattern. Though hardwood window shutters are the more desirable option PVC as a material is waterproof, easy to clean and a resistant to scratching. This make’s them the perfect option for a damage-free children’s room.
Durability is something that is incredibly important in any child’s room. Though we may love them children are predominantly messy and I bet any parent will have countless tales of woe to tell when their child has been on a rampage in the home. Instead of childproofing your room why not just embrace the fact they are going to be messy and be a bit more thoughtful. To minimize stains why not opt for hardwood flooring that’s easier to clean. Another great idea to stop the drawing on walls that many parents seemed to have come across is having a chalkboard wall so they can draw away to their heart’s content.