A few hints to get you started decorating your child's room
Decorating your child's bedroom doesn't need to stressful or complicated. Try a few of our simple tips to get started. Once you've got the ball rolling, relax and have some fun. Your kids aren't stressing about it, and they have to live there!
1. Quality and durability are a must, but if you're buying for young children, also consider how long it will take them to outgrow pieces of furniture like beds or smaller tables and chairs. Convertible cribs and daybeds can potentially offer a longer useful life than other pieces.
2. When shopping for children's furniture or furniture sets, keep scale in mind. Having furniture of the appropriate size and height can make a big difference in the level of comfort and safety in a child's room.
3. Consider redecorating with accessories. Once you've got the colors and theme established, you'd rather not reinvent the wheel and start over again, so try swapping out accessories to keep the decor fresh. Adding or changing kids clocks, lamps, rugs, or mirrors can keep the style alive without taking a great deal of time or resources.
4. Your child's life is about imagination and exploring, so shouldn't their room feel the same? Bookshelves, activity tables, toy storage, and media centers can add to their experience in the space they call their own.