Friday 24th May 2019
Between school, homework and activities, your child can often have a jam-packed schedule. It’s important to create a space where they can really relax in their free time. We have compiled some handy tips to consider if you’re planning a revamp of your child’s bedroom.
1.) Choose the Bed Carefully. This is an important element to consider as ideally you want it to last a long time, while fitting well into the space and meeting your child’s needs. If space is a little limited then bunk beds are a great way of fitting multiple beds in the footprint of just one. Also, invest in a good quality mattress for your child’s bedroom so that it will stand the test of time and support them as they grow.
2.) Introduce a Study Area. Homework and study are a big part of school life. If you do not have a designated office or study, it is easy to set up a little study corner in your child’s room. A desk, an office chair, and a lamp are all they really need. Add a bookcase for extra storage if they have a lot of books and folders.
3.) Get the Kids Involved. Ask them what colours they would like and let them pick new bed linen or a colourful print to hang on the wall. It will make them feel more included and they will feel more attached to their new room.
4.) Have Fun with it! Redecorating your child’s room is a great opportunity to spend some time together and have some fun choosing colours, accessories and layout.