How to plan a child’s bedroom
A child’s room is much more than a place to sleep. Children’s rooms can be practical and playful as well as being smart by design.
Children’s rooms should feel safe and cozy and meet the needs of your child. The right design can increase efficiency, improve mood and help develop their talents.
An important factor in planning is to create zones in the room. Designate sleeping, playing, dressing, reading and homework zones. Keep in mind that the child’s room is also a place where they can be alone and relax when they need to. Define boundaries and strategically arrange zones with furniture, shelving and storage units. Provide visual order by grouping similar things together and storing them in labeled bins, baskets and containers. This will help your child to clean up easily and will teach them to keep things organized and neat.
Use the right colors
Consider how the colors you choose will influence your child. Here are some examples of how colors affect people and what’s best to use in the room. It’s best to stick with cool blues and greens because they have a calming effect and are great for a bedroom. Bright shades of green and blue, yellow, and orange are colors that encourage communication and are best as accent colors. Dark shades of purple, blue, and green can have a constricting, gloomy effect and should be used as accent colors. Red raises the energy level of a room so it’s not a good choice for a bedroom but can be used as an accent color.
Keep it easy
Creating a smartly designed and organized space for your child will make the room easy for them to live and work in and easy to keep tidy.
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