When I discovered that a little bundle of joy will soon be entering my life, I was beyond elated. From deciding the name to shopping, everything was just so over-whelming. But, I still remember, I was most excited about designing and decorating my kid’s room.
I did not to go for the go-for-pink-if-its-a-girl or go-for-blue-if-its-a-boy approach.. My idea was to design the room in such a way that it would not need any renovation for next 5 years. And I achieved that. Here are some inspired ways that would give your kid’s room a distinctive, cheerful and organized feel.
Choosing the right wallpaper
Always choose a soothing wall color pallet. You don’t have to go for Disney characters or alphabets anymore. That is a major passé. Go for wall papers with abstract prints and shades of lavender or teal. This would give the room an ease-into-sleep feel.
Go for a dresser that can serve multipurpose. So that it can serve as a changing table and as storage space.
Multi space organizers
You can also go for a multi-pocket organizers on a closet door display hair bands, sunglasses, hair clips and even reminder notes!
Your kid’s early achievements
You can also string wire from wall to wall for a smart, inexpensive way to showcase your child’s masterpieces.
You should always let your kid’s imagination excel. After all, that forms the basis of their creativity. So try to carve out a little play area with materials that can spark their imagination, like clothing items for dress-up or clay etc.
Keeping things approachable
To help your kids stay organized, keep things at their height. Closet storage and cabinets will all be used more often if kids can get to the easily.
Always go for multiple kind of lighting. Overall lighting is a necessity but so is a reading light. It may even help them find the bathroom in the middle of the night.
FYI Dolce Vita Homes has a gorgeous range of kids furniture and accessories-great quality and absolutely adorable!