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Designing Children’s Room

A well-made interior can lift spirits, improve mood, develop talents and even educate children. It is necessary to consider separately when decorating a children’s room. Children’s rooms should be designed freely, cheerfully and joyfully. Designing a child’s room will restore the spirit of play and youthful enthusiasm in the designer. Children’s room is not just a room to sleep. The children’s room is also a place for children to play, dress and learn. Children’s room as well as a place for children to spend time with family. The best children’s room is formed from all the functions around the child, according to their age, interests, personality and imagination.

The younger a child is, the simpler the room design should be. A toddler needs enough with some open toy storage. While some preteens need lots of shelves and drawers. A child’s room should have zones set up for skills, play, reading, as well as plenty of floor space for active play. Older children do not need these compartmentalized areas. However, their room must have at least three zones, namely a study zone, a zone to sit with friends and a zone to sleep.

Steps to Planning a Children’s Room
Know the basics of room decoration. Determine the desired function of the room and make a list. Consider the cost budget and desired style. This can be done by collecting samples, tables, and paint color cards. Make a mood board. How to make this board is easy. Collect cutouts, photos, fabric materials and paint color cards. Stick it on a large plank. This collection of cutouts will give a certain feel to the room you want to plan. Mood boards will help children come up with interesting ideas.

Draw the floor plan of the room. This is useful for determining the location of objects that must be stored in the room. Make sure there is enough space for new furniture and adequate storage space. Choose room furniture. Decide which pieces of furniture to keep, to set aside or to repair. Plan decorating activities. Consider changing the child’s sleeping location during the decorations. Clear the room. This is to give enough space when the decoration is done. To prevent spills of paint or glue, cover the floor of the room using old newsprint.

Every child should have a place where they can live alone. Ideally the place is their own room. The task of parents is to ensure that the room or corner functions optimally at every stage of a child’s development.

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