Kids these days have specific visions of how they want their room decorated. This may drive a seasoned decorator up the slide, let alone someone who is trying to navigate this for the first time.
If you’re looking for ideas to set up your kids bedroom and are in despair, fret not, we’re here to your rescue. We’ve jotted down some fresh ideas for you to refer to while setting up your kids’ bedroom. All based on real projects I’ve worked on the last couple of months.
The most important tip for kids bedroom designs that I give all my clients is to involve the kids. Use their bold and unabashed display of imagination to your benefit.
Here’s a look at some kids bedroom ideas for 2020.
This is my no. 1 tip. Having a chalkboard in the kids’ bedroom is always a great idea, especially for kids with a bent towards the arts. Creating an entire wall for them to draw on is a great way to give them something to do in their own space.
For children sharing a single room, bunk beds are a great way to create two bedrooms out of one. It’s essential to carve out space for each kid to call their own. You can also add a foldable tent in the room to allow them to escape to a more private zone when needed.
Kids change their preferences quickly and often. Instead of painting themes on the walls themselves, a great children’s bedroom idea is to use wall decals. Decals are an inexpensive way to change bedroom themes regularly, without damaging the walls or costing you a bomb.
Having open storage spaces such as low shelves, for young kids, is not only a useful storage idea but is also a fantastic teaching exercise to tidy up after themselves. Once kids learn that there is a place for everything, they learn to pick up after themselves, making life simpler for the parent.
One thing about kids’ that hasn’t changed over the years is that they love to play on the floor. An excellent bedroom decor idea is to fill the room with soft and comfortable, spill-proof rugs where kids can play and entertain themselves.
Have a couch or beanbags in the kids’ room, segregates sleeping space from activity space, which is a good exercise in setting up boundaries. It establishes the idea of having dedicated spaces for dedicated activities.
A kid needs a desk — a place to do their homework or undertake creative projects. For small spaces, a foldable desk is a great way to save space when needed. Find a variety of desks and other furniture from your favorite brands on Spacejoy, where our expert designers will virtually design an entire living space and see what fits best.
The little humans require little wardrobes where they can reach for stuff and put stuff away. Having a small-sized closet in the kids’ bedroom is an easy way to get them started on taking care of themselves.
Create a room that your kid would love to spend time in. It needs to be a place that helps inspire their creativity and give wings to their imagination. Spatial design has a lot more to do with our general wellness than we give it credit for, especially for young kids that are new to experiencing colors, design, and space.
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