Children’s rooms are rarely big-sized. However, if you happen to have a house with spacious rooms, decorating your children’s room may turn out to become a creative challenge. Children do not understand design and really need very little in terms of physical objects. So what are you going to fill the room with and how are you going to design it for any relevant and practical purpose?
Try not to design the children’s room according to the general design style of your house. Children’s room design falls under its own category. Having a spacious room gives you scope to furnish for their future. Your child or children will grow in this room. So will their needs and aspirations. Design elements can change; take advantage of being able to provide bigger and stylish furniture.
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Children often live in a fantasy world, so one way to engage their imagination is to paint a fairy tale on the wall(s).or their favorite cartoon or comic book character. Install some extra cupboards to store all their toys, school books and clothes. The children may have some preferences of their own. If they are reasonable, try and accommodate most of them.
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Go with overstuffed beds, which can nicely fill a room and be fluffy and frilly at the same time. Install wall shelves with unique shapes, which can resonate with children. Install a small desk and chair where they can do their schoolwork. Have a chair or two for you and other people who may need to be in the room. Most importantly, give them the space and the tools to express and display their imagination and creativity