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TIPS FOR DECORATING CHILDREN’S BEDROOMS

3 May 2019
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Does your teenager or child’s bedroom need a makeover? Just like adults, kids want a comfortable, functional bedroom that is a pleasure to retreat to at the end of the day. Here’s a few tricks for to create children’s bedroom spaces.

 

Wall Decals

Peel and stick decals are a perfect way to decorate the walls of your child’s bedroom, especially if you rent and are not able to paint. Use decals as part of an overall scheme, or just as a fun extra on plain walls. Let your children pick out the decals and place them in position, as your child grows older, or tires of the theme it is easy to remove the decals. 

 

Get in the Zone

Once your child is old enough to have regular homework, they need an area designed for focused schoolwork and another area to relax and daydream. You don't need anything elaborate -- a simple desk and adjustable chair is enough for homework time, and a comfortable chair, beanbag is perfect for much-needed downtime after a hard day at school.

 

Shared but not Alike

Don’t automatically assume that when children share a bedroom it means matching bed linen or even matching furniture. While some children enjoy having a symmetrical room, others prefer to set a more individual style. If that’s the case for your children, let each pick out their own bed linen, bedside lamp, and artwork to hang over their side of the room. Keep coherency to the style by choosing matching beds but paint them different colors.

 

Follow Their Interests

Most children have a passion for something: space, insects, the color pink, Hello Kitty, or a popular cartoon character. If possible, work your child’s favorite subject into the bedroom theme. It doesn’t take much – a few wall decals and a duvet cover selected by your child are enough to set a theme and delight your child.

 

Indian Summer Linen stock a variety of children’s bed linen and baby linen that would create a wonderful personal space for your child.

Does your teenager or child’s bedroom need a makeover? Just like adults, kids want a comfortable, functional bedroom that is a pleasure to retreat to at the end of the day. Here’s a few tricks for to create children’s bedroom spaces.

 

Wall Decals

Peel and stick decals are a perfect way to decorate the walls of your child’s bedroom, especially if you rent and are not able to paint. Use decals as part of an overall scheme, or just as a fun extra on plain walls. Let your children pick out the decals and place them in position, as your child grows older, or tires of the theme it is easy to remove the decals. 

 

Get in the Zone

Once your child is old enough to have regular homework, they need an area designed for focused schoolwork and another area to relax and daydream. You don't need anything elaborate -- a simple desk and adjustable chair is enough for homework time, and a comfortable chair, beanbag is perfect for much-needed downtime after a hard day at school.

 

Shared but not Alike

Don’t automatically assume that when children share a bedroom it means matching bed linen or even matching furniture. While some children enjoy having a symmetrical room, others prefer to set a more individual style. If that’s the case for your children, let each pick out their own bed linen, bedside lamp, and artwork to hang over their side of the room. Keep coherency to the style by choosing matching beds but paint them different colors.

 

Follow Their Interests

Most children have a passion for something: space, insects, the color pink, Hello Kitty, or a popular cartoon character. If possible, work your child’s favorite subject into the bedroom theme. It doesn’t take much – a few wall decals and a duvet cover selected by your child are enough to set a theme and delight your child.

 

Indian Summer Linen stock a variety of children’s bed linen and baby linen that would create a wonderful personal space for your child.

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