Designing your children’s bedroom is considered a skill in modern day life that we need to place unbounded patience and unwavering desire to reach our ultimate goal; which is of course, to provide our cherished ones a place where they can feel safe, loved and appreciated. Indeed, none of us can procced without some sort of guidance which we can humbly guarantee it will meet expectations of all people involved.

A: Personalization

We insist on devoting a sizeable amount of time on this aspect since your kids will spend a significant and transformative amount of time in their room, so you must insure that their room is the place where all their precious memories and fondest dreams will take place. Moreover, you can simply personalize your baby’s room furniture by pondering what hobbies or interests they might have as they grow. Beware, as they grow their room will follow suit, so you must have the foresight to deal with that. Of course, we are not asking you to polish up your fortune-telling skills, not yet anyway. What you need to do is to adjust to any changes that you notice on your children along with a touch of your own personality to amplify familiarity and closeness between you and your loved ones. For example, if you enjoy writing or drawing then you can place a blackboard or wall stickers which your children can squiggle away as they please, this could serve as educational, creative and entertaining feature in the room.

B: Flexibility

We have replaced the word “space” with “flexibility” here to make sure that you do not only take space in consideration, but also to be open to changes in the future. As we mentioned earlier, your children will grow and the space they need will expand as well. For example, a Wizzard Kid's Play Tent in your 5 years old room would be a good fit for their age, but it will not please your teenage child. As rule of the thumb, a toddler may enjoy more space on the floor to move about while an older child may need more storage room for their belongings like a wall shelf. At the end of the day, all what you have to keep in mind is never let your creativity diminish; having such knowledge will guarantee you a magnificent room for your children.

C: Colours

Picking the right colour is always a disputable affair. Should you pick a warm or cold? Will the colour be suitable for a male or a female? The list of ideas and concerns goes on. Let’s say that you are expecting a boy; then you will be more inclined to choose a more masculine shade than a feminine one. Frankly, such distinctions may sound archaic and unnecessary, but they still hold some truth which is agreed upon by psychology experts at large. All you have to do in this regard is to accentuate the characters your boy/girl already possesses or try to help counterbalance the ones that your child will be better off without. For example if a child’s nature happens to be on the sad, gloomy side, you could try cheer them up and enliven the surroundings with bright, lively colours. On the other hand extremely lively and energetic kids, possibly even with attention deficits would not be helped by the very same colours.