Ways to Design a Calming Kid’s Bedroom

Your child’s bedroom should be a haven and it should feel like the safest place on earth. Your kid is going to spend a lot of time there playing, learning, sleeping and simply growing up and you should make sure the room provides peace and safety. If you don’t think that the kid’s bedroom brings peace, and it’s time to do some redecorating. Here are some things that can help create the most calming design of a kid’s bedroom.

Provide Plenty of Light

Lighting is the first element that you need to consider when designing your kid’s bedroom. This is the most important element and you need to be careful when choosing the lighting. Make sure to avoid too warm or yellow and too cold or blue (white) lighting because these can cause anxiety or depression. So, the first choice is natural light and plenty of it. If there is a big window, provide some blinds or curtains that can easily be slid to the side when it’s daylight so your child can enjoy natural lighting. Also, consider installing dimmer switches and table lamps so your kid has several sources of light depending on their needs.

Invest in Toys

No matter how old your kid is, they will love playing with their toys, reading their books and simply having fun with their siblings and friends. However, don’t just get them any toy they want or you see. Make sure the toys are educational and appropriate for your kid’s age. Also, if your kid loves reading more, you should invest more in kid’s books, or if your kid loves singing and dancing, consider checking out musical toys at Funtastic Toy site and provide them with their favorite type of play.

What is more, in order to keep the room clean and tidy, make sure there is enough storage space for the toys. Install shelves for all the lovely books but keep them at your kid’s reach. For smaller toys, you can provide bins and baskets that can fit underneath the bed or shelves.

Change Up The Colors

When your child was really young, you probably relied on pale pink, baby blue, and soft yellows to paint the nursery. However, now that your kid is older and has probably already expressed tendencies towards some colors, why not repaint the room? Ask your kid what color do they like the best and paint the room so they can feel safe and calm in their new-looking room. However, if you don’t want to take any risks, you can always rely on soft neutrals, such as grays and taupes mixed with pastels and create a handy base for the rest of the decor. Just make sure to avoid busy patterns and high-contrast palettes in order to make the room feel peaceful rather than hectic.

Make It Cozy

Kids love cuddling so make sure their room is filled with cozy items they can use to self-sooth. Consider large stuffed animals or body pillows they can simply lounge on. Also, provide some soft blankets that are heavy so your kid can feel hugged while taking a nap. Don’t forget that pillows, rugs, and bedding should also be soft to touch, so test the material before buying. There are other tricks to make the room feel cozy, such as family photos, their favorite drawings, and a few plants, which will clean the air as well!

Your kid is probably the best thing that happened to you, so make sure to swaddle them with love and comfort. Besides the love and hugs they are going to get from you, they also need a cozy bedroom that can be a safe place for them. So, make sure to rely on calming colors and soft materials and you won’t go wrong with creating a calming design.

Amelia
 

Amelia Robinson is a lover of plants and gardens, as well as an educator on this topic. It’s her goal to make sure that you get the chance to learn what you need to about gardening to succeed with your own home garden at the blog RobinsonLovePlants.com. You’re not going to find just a collection of basic articles about gardening here. Instead, she wants to answer the difficult questions for you. She tweets at @robinsonplants

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