Ideas for decorating kid’s room
Your kids are your most precious assets, and you want them to have all the facilities at their fingertip. You would want them to grow in a more comfortable and creative environment so that they could learn even while relaxing at home and enjoy every single moment of their stay. Keeping your kid engaged in activities in his/her own room with things they love would like cherry on top of a cake, here are some creative ideas which you can use to decorate their room.
Keep Things At Their Height
Keeping things at the height of your kids help you keeping them organized. Things like closet storage, rack, tables are the things that can be used more often by the kids. This will let them keep their things organized rather than them throwing it anywhere on the ground.
Create an Interactive Pin Board
Get your kids used to collecting things and let them pin it on to a creative board. A board where they can pin their ideas and interests that will boost up their creativity. Let them have pictures and postcards and posters pinned at the board. Put a sticky note nearby so they can write on it and pin it right away on the board
Light up the room
Include loads of lights into the kid’s room. To be more creative, hang some colorful lights into the room’s ceiling giving a different aura during the night time. Also a night lamp for reading is a must to have in the kids room.
Glamify the room with simple relaxing yet cool colors, you can make dual use of a dresser by making it work like a changing table or storage for school supplies. You can also use chalkboard paint to give a sketchy look to the room. Let the kids choose what they like. Let them have a cartoon painting on the wall
Make the best use of storage opportunities
Opportunities for storage can be exploited. You can use beds with built in cubbies or pullout beds. Step stool too has a secret stash. Decorate storage closets with mirror, light boxes, magneting boards etc. It will allow the children with more options to play like engaging in a wordplay, and getting creative in general.