Children grow up very quickly and may soon outgrow the décor you placed in their room during the last makeover. If your child is exceptionally young, it may be difficult to base your next redecorating project on their personality. And if two or more children are sharing one room, it may become even more challenging to find décor they will both love. Here are four modern additions you could make to your child’s bedroom while redecorating.
Stars and LED lights
LED lights are becoming an incredibly popular trend in interior design. By placing glow in the dark stars and these lights in the room, you will create a bright and colorful aesthetic. It’s advisable to invest in LED light strips you can control remotely, and that allow you to change colors. This will ensure that the room has different textures on different nights. Remember to purchase energy-efficient lights so you don’t end up spending too much on your monthly electricity bills.
It would cost significantly less to decorate your kid’s room’s walls using wallpaper than it would to commission a mural. Wallpaper is incredibly efficient as wall décor since it’s a temporary solution that typically lasts very long. When choosing wallpaper for your child’s room, pay attention to the general color scheme of everything else to ensure they don’t clash with the color and design of the wallpaper.
Use white indoor ceiling fans
Space is very essential in a child’s room. If your child is anything like most, they need lots of rug space to play with their toys and read. Instead of using rotating floor fans that will take up this space and obstruct your children’s play, it would be a good idea to install white indoor ceiling fans.
Remember to place a socket your children can use to manipulate these fans as they may be too short to reach the pulling chord. Ceiling fans are incredibly essential as they provide a cooling solution while adding an elegant look to the room.
Come up with creative storage solutions
Aside from working on their sleeping and play space, it’s important to come up with creative ways of increasing storage. Kids’ toys, books, clothes, and shoes may take up a lot of space and will make the room messy if they aren’t neatly organized. It would be a good idea to use storage cabinets that are around your child’s height to ensure they have no problem reaching for stuff. This will make it easier for them to clean up after themselves and organize their own rooms.
Redecorating your kids’ bedrooms as they grow is expected. Remember some of the above suggestions for your next redecorating project.