7 ways to design children’s bedroom
Children bedrooms may seem like an easy enough interior design venture but know that a lot of thought has to go in each and every aspect of the final product. You cannot just use slapstick, juvenile design interventions a la cartoon variety and call it a day. Each aspect has to be carefully considered to determine the layout, functionality and safety of the room. Below, we’ll be looking at a several ways in which you can execute a proper children’s bedroom design.
- Design around activities
You have to design the layout of the room according to the routine and activities your child prefers. The interior below is the perfect representation of such a design. In it, the layout has been designed to accommodate the bed, the toy collection and a small study space that they can play at. The overall design is very chic but not daft.
- Use the tropes
Using the color pink may seem like a major stereotype but you have to understand that every trope has a basis in fact. Pink may seem like overkill but it is certainly not. Every child – especially little girls – are very attracted to the color pink at certain ages. Use that in the interior to bring about a favorable mood and entertain the child psyche.
- Full sized
A bedroom design for a pre-tween child may include design interventions that will help down the road. If you look at the interior below, you’ll see how the designers have implemented foreshadowed designs that will certainly be must-haves during the later years – this includes the study desk, the cabinet and the large bed.
- Something different
Bedroom designs for children should incorporate a unique aesthetic that will make the child inclusive to the authenticity of their space. The interior below is the perfect example of such a space – the leveled bedroom space and the compact layout have a very unique visual and functional dynamic that will appeal to most children.
- Double Trouble
One bedroom for more than one kid could turn into a disaster zone. So each aspect of the interior has to be carefully rationed out in order to instill equality. As you can see in the image below, each aspect has been carefully divided up so that neither child would feel left out.
- Use height
Children love the idea of dynamic space, and so designing a bedroom that incorporates verticality as an element can work in your favor. This creates a sense of wonder and adventure in the child.
If you wish to incorporate an abstract theme within your child’s bedroom, make sure it appeals to their psyche. Below, you can see a bedroom that has been designed in a neo-classical style theme but definitely fits the requisite ideals that might attract a child.