Room Decor Ideas. Kids Room. March 11th , 2018.
Planning to give your kid the perfect bedroom experience? Here are seven bedroom ideas that you must see for your millennial kid
Gone are the days when kids let their parents decide on the feel of their rooms—right from the colour of the walls, texture of the tiles to the design of the curtains. A modern-day child wants more than that—he or she wants the room to be a reflection of their personality or a tangible theme-based décor of their vivid imagination.
Shared below are seven fresh, innovative bedroom ideas for your uber-modern little prince/princess that any parent, who wants to give his child a memorable childhood that he/she could cherish for life, would like to explore:
If your little mathematics wizard is inclined towards the alluring world of corporate, industries or even seeks a daily nine-to-five job themed den for himself, get him a king-size platinum bed and team it with dark-hued floors. To make the experience all the more real, you can always erect a big table and chair next to his bed and add a lot of stationaries to it. Also, a corner dedicated to picture frames of inspirational quotes by influential achievers should do the trick.
The child wants her room to be a miniature of Cindrella’s bedroom? Give her that! Paint the walls pink, throw in a tiny wooden bed in the corner of the room and dedicate one entire section to Barbies, dolls and all things fancy! If your big boy wants BatMan and SuperMan hanging on the walls and likes to paint his four walls in dark & pale colours, give him that, too!
Ask any kid anywhere in the world and he/she will give a big ‘thumbs up’ to the bunk beds! It not only keeps the big boys and pretty girls engaged in long conversations, it is also a great way for siblings to bond. Bunk beds have been a favourite from a long time and in order to keep the room simple and fuss-free, you can place just the basic necessities in their room (like chairs and tables, a few games, wardrobe etc.).
Cabin beds are preferred mostly by tiny boys and girls. The ones who like to make their rooms hide-and-seek play space, then your modern adventure seeker will be more than sleep in a cabin bed. You ca make the bedroom more mysterious by letting puzzles and quizzes for beginners adorn the walls of the room.
If the child is a social butterfly already and likes to invite friends over for play dates or just a casual slumber party, then the little socialite will totally be in for a guest bed. A guest bed is usually foldable and comes handy in squeezing in a lot of people in one bed. Since the bed will occupy a major part of the room, it is advisable to keep the rest of the room free of furniture so that there I enough space for your little one to breathe and let her beam with new ideas.
Agreed, Divan beds are for the grown-ups but your little munchkin is an old soul trapped in a child’s body and you know he/she is going to love it! While choosing the Divan beds, it is important for a parent to keep in mind that the Divan beds are dark and colour and may cast a cloud of gloominess over the child’s head. In any case, use bright colours like lemon yellow, blood red, indigo, hot pinks and sap green on the walls to balance it out.
Sleeping alone is sometimes hard even for adults.so, if the child is petrified by the idea of sleeping alone at night; give her the Day bed, which he/she can use for power naps in the afternoon and run to his/her parents’ room at night. The room can have a little drama going to keep the little one engaged and develop a liking towards his/her room. Statement art pieces and cute stuff toys should be part of the décor along with a small wardrobe.
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