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Tips for your Kid’s Bedrooms That Will Grow with Them

25 July 2022

Creating a space for your little one is part of the fun when it comes to parenting. What isn’t fun is when you need to change the décor, theme, paint, and furniture every year to accommodate your growing child. Designing a practical and personal room isn’t complicated but takes some thought and planning.

This article will help you create a room that will cater to your kid’s needs now and their needs in the future without breaking the bank. It may cost a little bit more upfront for some of the furniture, but over time it is an investment worth making, especially since they can use it throughout their childhood and teenage years.

Invest in timeless furniture

It might be hard to resist cute pieces of furniture, but it’s important to remember that your child will grow out of it faster than you think.

If you buy a trending crib while you are expecting, you will be shopping for a toddler bed before you know it. Instead, opt for a convertible crib to be used throughout the baby and toddler stages.

Investing in a solid dresser set rather than a cute baby dresser will last for years and accommodate your child as they grow. Just be sure that you secure it to the wall so when that little baby of yours starts climbing, the dresser doesn’t topple over on them.

Accessorize

Instead of doing a full theme, paint walls and all in your kid’s room. You can accessorize to suit their preferences. It is a lot easier to swap out accessories than it is to remodel an entire bedroom every year or two.

There is a good chance your child won’t like the same thing they liked a year ago or even six months ago. You can easily change out the bedding, rug, and posters on the wall to grow with them as they find their style.

Storage

It feels like you bring your baby home, blink, and you have a toddler and a house full of toys and not the slightest idea where they all came from.

Investing in storage for your kids’ room will make picking up after themselves much more manageable. You can also sort their toys into different bins, baskets, toy boxes, or whatever you choose to use to help them grow up with the skills of picking up after themselves and being organized and tidy.

Tips for your kid’s bedroom

Designing a kid’s bedroom can be so much fun, but keeping their current and future needs in mind is important. Nothing is permanent with kids; their interests change so fast. Unless you enjoy spending money to remodel their rooms often, then having a strategy to create a space to grow with your child is ideal.

  • Create a space that supports their hobbies. If you have a crafty kid, a craft corner would be a worthwhile investment, or if you have a bookworm in your family, you could create a cozy reading nook. Making a space that nurtures your child’s hobbies is worth your time and investment.
  • Use patterns and colors to liven up the room. Creating a room that grows with your child doesn’t mean it has to lack a personality. You can design according to your kid’s personality through brightly colored accessories, fun patterns for their bed or rugs, and various textures to create a personalized and exciting room.
  • Storage, storage, storage. I realize this was a point in the last section, but storage is important for a kid’s room. Your kids might be small, but they have a lot of stuff. Storage is vital for toys, clothes, shoes, and whatever else they accumulate. You can even buy a bed that has drawers for extra storage or a closet storage system. There are many options, and utilizing them will help keep a tidy and organized home.
  • Use space efficiently. It’s a mystery how quickly kids accumulate clutter as they get older. Finding efficient furniture that serves more than one purpose can be a lifesaver. Investing in a loft bed that serves not only as a bed but has a desk underneath will save space, or a bed with drawers under it to add more storage space are just a few of ways to make the space more efficient.
  • Keep permanent parts of the room simple. Keeping the walls, ceiling, and floor neutral will save you a lot of time and money repainting or changing your flooring when your child gets a little older and decides they don’t like the spiderman walls or the solar system painted on their ceiling. Keeping these room parts neutral and swapping accessories as time passes is much easier on your wallet and your back.
  • Get crafty. You can create just about anything nowadays with Pinterest or YouTube tutorials. Making decorations for your kid’s room is a great way to create a fun and personalized space, even better if you can make it a bonding experience.

Conclusion

Designing a stylish, personal, and functional room for your kids doesn’t have to be a complicated process. Keeping the big aspects of a room neutral and using accessories to spruce up the room can make for a beautiful space. It is also easier to swap out accessories than to remodel your kid’s room every year or two. Save yourself a headache and some time and money and invest in good storage and timeless furniture so it can grow with your children over the years.

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Tips for your Kid’s Bedrooms That Will Grow with Them

25 July 2022

Creating a space for your little one is part of the fun when it comes to parenting. What isn’t fun is when you need to change the décor, theme, paint, and furniture every year to accommodate your growing child. Designing a practical and personal room isn’t complicated but takes some thought and planning.

This article will help you create a room that will cater to your kid’s needs now and their needs in the future without breaking the bank. It may cost a little bit more upfront for some of the furniture, but over time it is an investment worth making, especially since they can use it throughout their childhood and teenage years.

Invest in timeless furniture

It might be hard to resist cute pieces of furniture, but it’s important to remember that your child will grow out of it faster than you think.

If you buy a trending crib while you are expecting, you will be shopping for a toddler bed before you know it. Instead, opt for a convertible crib to be used throughout the baby and toddler stages.

Investing in a solid dresser set rather than a cute baby dresser will last for years and accommodate your child as they grow. Just be sure that you secure it to the wall so when that little baby of yours starts climbing, the dresser doesn’t topple over on them.

Accessorize

Instead of doing a full theme, paint walls and all in your kid’s room. You can accessorize to suit their preferences. It is a lot easier to swap out accessories than it is to remodel an entire bedroom every year or two.

There is a good chance your child won’t like the same thing they liked a year ago or even six months ago. You can easily change out the bedding, rug, and posters on the wall to grow with them as they find their style.

Storage

It feels like you bring your baby home, blink, and you have a toddler and a house full of toys and not the slightest idea where they all came from.

Investing in storage for your kids’ room will make picking up after themselves much more manageable. You can also sort their toys into different bins, baskets, toy boxes, or whatever you choose to use to help them grow up with the skills of picking up after themselves and being organized and tidy.

Tips for your kid’s bedroom

Designing a kid’s bedroom can be so much fun, but keeping their current and future needs in mind is important. Nothing is permanent with kids; their interests change so fast. Unless you enjoy spending money to remodel their rooms often, then having a strategy to create a space to grow with your child is ideal.

  • Create a space that supports their hobbies. If you have a crafty kid, a craft corner would be a worthwhile investment, or if you have a bookworm in your family, you could create a cozy reading nook. Making a space that nurtures your child’s hobbies is worth your time and investment.
  • Use patterns and colors to liven up the room. Creating a room that grows with your child doesn’t mean it has to lack a personality. You can design according to your kid’s personality through brightly colored accessories, fun patterns for their bed or rugs, and various textures to create a personalized and exciting room.
  • Storage, storage, storage. I realize this was a point in the last section, but storage is important for a kid’s room. Your kids might be small, but they have a lot of stuff. Storage is vital for toys, clothes, shoes, and whatever else they accumulate. You can even buy a bed that has drawers for extra storage or a closet storage system. There are many options, and utilizing them will help keep a tidy and organized home.
  • Use space efficiently. It’s a mystery how quickly kids accumulate clutter as they get older. Finding efficient furniture that serves more than one purpose can be a lifesaver. Investing in a loft bed that serves not only as a bed but has a desk underneath will save space, or a bed with drawers under it to add more storage space are just a few of ways to make the space more efficient.
  • Keep permanent parts of the room simple. Keeping the walls, ceiling, and floor neutral will save you a lot of time and money repainting or changing your flooring when your child gets a little older and decides they don’t like the spiderman walls or the solar system painted on their ceiling. Keeping these room parts neutral and swapping accessories as time passes is much easier on your wallet and your back.
  • Get crafty. You can create just about anything nowadays with Pinterest or YouTube tutorials. Making decorations for your kid’s room is a great way to create a fun and personalized space, even better if you can make it a bonding experience.

Conclusion

Designing a stylish, personal, and functional room for your kids doesn’t have to be a complicated process. Keeping the big aspects of a room neutral and using accessories to spruce up the room can make for a beautiful space. It is also easier to swap out accessories than to remodel your kid’s room every year or two. Save yourself a headache and some time and money and invest in good storage and timeless furniture so it can grow with your children over the years.

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