Here's how you can decorate a kids' roomLast updated on Feb 25, 2020, 12:25 am
Decorating a kids' room can be challenging.
From deciding the colors to the type of furniture, everything is just so important.
A lot of interiors can actually prove to be harmful for the kid or even hinder their growth. Hence, you have to be extremely careful.
Here are five tips to help you make a kids' room more attractive.
Deciding the right paints
The colors of the walls play an important role in one's thought process and mood.
As far as a kids' room is concerned, try to keep the colors balanced, implying that they should be neither too bright nor too dull.
Very bright shades can result in hyperactivity, while dull shades can worsen the mood.
Using different tones of one color may also work.
Choosing the right furniture
Furniture brings life to a space, therefore it is essential to choose the right furniture for a kid's room.
Generally speaking, you should opt for furniture that is durable, kid-friendly and attractive.
Further, it is important to make sure that the furniture is easy and safe for a kid's use.
Also, ensure the furniture goes well with the overall color scheme of the room.
Mind the flooring
Kids tend to spend most of their time playing on the floor.
Hence, you should make sure that the flooring of their room is comfortable and safe.
You can go for foam tiles, as they are removable, durable, spill-proof and also come with lesser chances of accidents.
You may also customize the tiles according to the color of the space.
Decorate the ceiling
Won't it be great if your kid dozes off while seeing creative patterns on the ceiling?
Decorating the ceiling in a kids' room would enhance the vibe and also help add that much-needed final touch to the room. Or you can also paint stars and moon on the ceiling yourself, or simply hang ready-made stars that glow in the dark.
You can also paint a small portion of the walls with chalkboard paint.
This will help your kids feel more creative and also promote positivity in the room.
That apart, it may also keep the children from spoiling the walls.
So, follow these simple tips and turn a humble room in a way that your kids fall in love with it.