Light, colour, accessories

Light, colour, accessories

Light, colour, accessories

Designing a room for children is an opportunity to design a fun space. An ambience that encourages children to play, draw, create and let their imagination run free is ideal for them. The room should serve many functions and should be a secure environment.

It is not just a place to sleep. While comfort and safety are the most important things to consider, a children’s room is a place to play, sprawl on the floor, do art work, and relax. Children’s interests often change and so, it is important to use accessories and furniture that can be changed according to one’s age and can be replaced when one’s interest changes. Planning a child’s room with plenty of ventilation and free space is important.

Choosing wall colours that are soothing for the eye is a must.Gender neutral colours like green or beige can be used as the child grows. However pink, purple and blue are the preferred colours. It is essential to incorporate a favourite colour into the room. Wall decals can help to personalise a child’s room. Lighting should complement the theme of the room. Use a diffused night light. The rug that children use needs to be durable and soft. Taste and aesthetic preference solely dictates any decision on the choice for children’s room Size, pattern, shape, material, age of the child are some of the factors to be considered when choosing a rug

Accessories & decor: It is incredibly fun and overwhelming to choose room decor. Wall murals and decals can be personalised or can be blend with the theme of the room.

Textiles: Rugs, blankets, curtains, valance etc. should be easily washable and should blend with the other colours in the room

Bedding: Choosing bedding is a more important choice than the type of bed frame, simply because of the difference it makes in overall comfort. Quality, feel and material are to be considered before making a purchase. A quilt can complement a comforter or duvet covers.

Upholstery: can transform the look and feel of furniture. Ideally, it should complement rooms' theme d decor while also proving to be practical Popular room accessories: Wall arts, growth chart, piggy banks, toys, books Kids’ bathroom should have essentials such as a tooth brush holder, soap dispenser, trash can, shower curtains, bath rug.