Room decor ideas children, children’s room layout and bedroom colors for children should be driven by one guiding theme: Fun. Friends and clients ask us all the time, what really makes a child’s room great? And, more specifically, what are the really great children’s room decoration ideas? Arrange your child’s room decorating ideas around the following four elements and you will add functions and styles to the equation and end up winning the nursery.
Choosing the color of the bedroom for children is easy. Let them choose. Expect their choices to be brighter, sharper, and wilder than your choice. Our daughter chose bright orange and yellow for the color of her bedroom and it was an intuitive smart choice for smaller north-facing bedrooms with minimal natural light from one small window. Warm colors illuminate the room and, while they draw walls and ceilings, they give the room a feeling of security and comfort that makes space feel friendly. Leave it to the children. You can choose three or four additional colors related to your child’s original paint choices to add interest and complexity. Use it as a paint color accent and when choosing accessories. Don’t forget to include the ceiling as another surface to bring color to life.
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Funny thing about storage, no matter how much you have, you always fill it. Storage of a child’s room can be complicated. Children have lots of things. What about a toy box that doubles as a toy, do you have a young knight who can use the castle with a fort that can be hidden behind? He can drop the door of a suspension bridge to load his toys, make a pleasant cleaning. Doll House toy box is another fun idea. Create a simple tapered roof with 1/4 “plywood and paint coating, doors and windows with shutters on the side. Do you have pirates, soccer players, farmers or ballet dancers? You get the picture.
Plastic pull containers that fit under the bed or at the bottom of the cupboard can be found in stores that sell household items. They are good for small children’s rooms. Bookshelves that are as tall as tables (22-26 inches or 56-66 cm) double as playing surfaces and provide high-level storage that children can really use. We found an amazing tiered hanging basket for clothes and other items in Ikea.