Playfully Exuberant – The Child’s Play of Interior Design
Playing on themes is an integral part of any interior design, but it has a special meaning when we try to emulate child psychology into the mix. Children are creative and open-minded – more so than adults, so it is only right that the spaces they grow up in are just as stimulating physically and mentally, as their growing mind and body need them to be. As such, designing children’s bedroom is an entirely congruent genre of interior design – it not only depends on the clients brief, but also needs to make sense of the abstracts of child psychology, implement the ideas of round corners and creative color themes to make the space more extraordinary. Today, we’ll be looking at a collection of the best of children bedroom interior design that just might inspire you.
The Superhero Effect
When it comes to creative inspirations, the superhero scheme is the new in. from Superman to Batman, Flash to Aquaman, there are so many new varieties of heroes with so many distinctive qualities, it is hard to pin many into a single interior theme.
- So below, we have the Flash theme, with its resonant thunderbolt, the bold red scheme and the yellow accents that make it an abstract representation of the Flash genre.
- Then we have the Avengers themed bedroom. It may be a literal representation, but it is also a classy one. There are no bold schemes – just an austere blue that is both cool and comforting at the same time. The feature wall is an ode to the franchise and takes on the identity of the superhero syndrome.
- The Superman theme is the most subtle one – it derives its identity from the distinctive logo, and accompanies this set-up with an abstract ideology that embraces with the help of materials and textures.
- The Batman theme tries to emulate the literal standing points of its franchise aside from the subtle ones. The concave setting under the standing bunk bed is the figurative representation of the Bat Cave, and the yellow backdrop is a good way to make the Bat Signal stand out.
The Cartoon Theme
When you put a specific cartooned theme in any room, make sure that the visual articulation doesn’t end up lost in the actual literal representation of these schemes. Somewhere along the way, you can lose sight of the space, while being too absorbed in the theme. There are a few things that need to be taken care of when it comes to the cartoon theme. These include:
- A respectable color palate.
- The balance between the literal and figurative articulation.
- The right material plate.
The Adventure Theme
Children are known to have wild imaginations. Incorporating just a little bit of that imagination into a limited amount of space is a feat of design, but given the right ideas, and right application of design, you can create a world of your own in any given space, no matter how small. The image below is a perfect articulation of the bedroom cum adventure genre – the treehouse theme perfectly captures the imagination, and converts the space into an interior masterpiece.