Friday, August 12, 2016

Cute and Quirky Ideas For Your Kid's Bedroom

Your child’s room doesn’t have to be boring. Parents will know how important it is to create a bedroom where your little ones can thrive, play and get a good night’s sleep.
Decorating your kid’s bedroom is the ultimate opportunity to go for bold! Take the perfect chance to put down the magnolia and go wild with color and fun! Let the creativity begin...
We’ve found our top five awesome ideas that’ll make your kid’s bedroom the talk of the playground.
1. Cozy up in a Tee-Pee
What was better than creating a den when you were a child? Tee-Pees are a great idea for any children’s bedroom. They take up less floor space than a conventional tent, making them a small and cozy place to sit. You can add a little magic to your tee-pee by adorning it with fairy lights, cushions and soft blankets. Just make sure there’s space in there for you too…

2. Theme it up!
Themed rooms are a great way to add a personal touch to your home . Do you have a budding Sports Star in your family? Does your little one love fairy tales or books? Create a room they’ll talk to all their friends about! It can be easy and cost-effective to make a room that they’ll love. By simply adding a green vinyl floor and adding off-cuts of astro turf to room accessories, you’ll have a pad fit for any soccer enthusiast.


3. Get the lighting right.
Although you want to create a bedroom that’s fun and vibrant, you also want a place where your child can relax and get a good night’s sleep. By using mood lighting, you can relax your child’s energetic brain and sooth them to sleep. Many mood lights in the marketplace come with additional sound features, so your kid can listen to relaxing natural sounds until they reach the land of nod. These can include ocean sounds, lullabies and many more. Zzzzz…


4. Stop the light with blackout blinds.
Just like mood lighting, can be really effective in enabling your kid, and the rest of your family, to get a good night’s sleep. This is especially important in the summer months because when the sun is strong, it can be difficult to maintain a regular bedtime. Likewise, if your kid is sensitive to outside lights, blackout blinds prevent car and street lights from entering their room. Blackout blinds will make sure your child gets a full night of rest, ready for tomorrow’s play sessions.  


5. Make storage fun.
If you often yelp when walking down the stairs due to a misplaced bit of Lego, fun storage containers may be the answer for you! Create containers that make putting their toys away a joy and not a chore.
If you have the space, why not ask a local carpenter to build you a Ferris-Wheel with miniature storage buckets? Your kids can give their teddies a ride, as well as tidying up their bedroom. Perfect!


Here are some ideas on how to perk up your kids bedroom. What your favorite? Comment down below.


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