A Guide to Re-Decorating Your Child’s BedroomJune 5, 2014
Decorating your child’s bedroom can be something of an arduous task. They seem to have so much stuff! With birthdays, Christmas and Easter, the amount of toys, books and clothes which they have, seem to pile up at an alarming rate. What is more, their bedrooms tend to look like storage spaces as opposed to a restful place to sleep and recuperate.
It is time to reclaim your child’s room. Get rid of the toys and ditch the mess. Your child needs a place to sleep and rest, as well as having an enjoyable place to play. If you are stuck for inspiration on how to redecorate and accommodate your child’s bedroom, then you need not look any further. This guide will have you reaching for the paintbrush in no time:
Painting your child’s bedroom can be daunting. The key is to stick to neutral tones that they are sure to love. By sticking to a neutral wall colour, you can change the features of their bedroom around much easier. Accessorise with their favourite colours to give them a room that you will all love.
Putting the “Fun” in Functional
Let’s be honest, bedroom furniture can be a little dull. Of course, it needs to practical and functional, but you can put the “fun” back into functional with a wide range of quirky, and simply beautiful, children’s furniture from Mathy by Bols Childrens Beds.
There is a wide range of amazing beds that your child is sure to adore. Be inspired by tree-house style beds, beds in the shapes of tents and princess themed beds. Not only will it be easier to get your little one into bed on a night time (we all know how difficult that can be) but a quirky, fun bed also feeds their imaginations and inspires their imaginative play.
Of course, you are going to need a functional piece of furniture to store their plethora of toys, books and clothes. You can choose from a wide range of amazing pieces, such as bookcases designed in the shape of trees, Narnia inspired wardrobes in an array of different colours and locker style cupboard spaces. In short, you will wish you were a child yourself once you see the beautiful furniture that is available for children’s bedrooms.
Ditch the hastily blue-tacked posters and invest in some gorgeous, yet cost-effective artwork. Be inspired by personalised canvases in a plethora of fantastic designs. What is more, you can get creative in your child’s space to ensure that they have a fun feature wall that they will be mesmerised by. Purchase cheap, plastic photo frames in various designs and bright colours and fill them with postcards from your various holidays, day trips and precious memories. Not only will they love the brightly colored feature, but they will also have very fond memories from trips to the beach, the zoo and picnics in the park. Of course, they may not remember the finer details, but they will have a starting point for everlasting memories.