Redecorating your child’s bedroom can be a huge challenge if you don’t know what colour theme you are going for. However, a quick browse on the internet can help you get all the inspiration that you need to get going on the ultimate design for your child. In this article, we are giving you a list of our tips to perfectly redecorating your child’s room.
Maximise The Space
When redesigning your kids’ room, it is important to utilise the space. Whether this is through adding storage units or landscape canvas prints, using the walls to decorate is highly beneficial. This is also great as these can be changed as the child ages as they can be changed with ease without redecorating entirely. By adding new decorations on the wall, you can then ensure that the room is age appropriate without having to completely repaint it. Though this can be expensive depending on the size of the art that you get, this will often be far less time consuming as a result.
Keep The Colour Neutral
When painting the room for your child, one of the best things that you can do is keep the colour as neutral as possible. Not only will this help the redecorating process as they age, but this will save you money on paint as a simple colour scheme can be added upon with paintings and other furnishings. A neutral colour is also highly beneficial if your child’s room lacks natural light as it helps to refract the light around the room without absorbing it, thus reducing the need for artificial lighting during the day.
Add A Rug
If you want the room to look a bit more adult, there are several options such as a rug that can make it look much more welcoming. By adding a rug at the edge of the bed or even at the foot of the bed the room instantly looks more welcoming as a result. This is great if the room is big enough for a seating area as this will create a relaxing environment to play games and wind down before sleeping.
The final way to redecorate your child’s room is to have open shelves. This will provide your child with the storage that they need for their belongings or trophies. By placing a large amount of storage in the room you can then ensure that no more will need to be added as they will be placed in the exact right location. By using open shelves, they can be added to with ease and taken down if they are no longer needed without causing to much damage to the wall. If there is damage to the wall, then filler can be used to fill in the holes and repaint allowing you to have the walls looking as good as new with minimal upkeep.
Whether you are looking to repaint it in the near future or you are looking to create the perfect nursery for your newborn, the possibilities are endless making this arguably one of the most exciting times to decorate. Good Luck!