Bedroom Design: Kids Edition

Have you been considering redecorating your child's bedroom? Kids' rooms are about fun and expression, but they also need to be functional. 

This can be a challenge if you're trying to make their room meet their needs while still being age-appropriate. Whether you're decorating a girl's or boy's room, there are elements that will help keep them organized and happy.

The design of children's bedrooms is an important decision. After all, they'll be spending a significant portion of their day there, so it's essential that you create an environment they will enjoy and feel comfortable in. When designing your child's bedroom, it's important to consider the age of your child and make sure that their room reflects this appropriately. A toddler might want something bright and colourful while older kids may prefer something more sophisticated or even masculine-themed. Whatever your child's personality may be like, they’ll appreciate having their own space where they can express themselves freely!

If you're liking the theme route, themes can help you keep the room tidy and make it easier for your child to find things in their room. You can choose a theme that is age-appropriate and fun for your child, such as sports or princesses, or you could build the entire bedroom around a specific colour or style.

The first thing you should consider when choosing a colour scheme for your child's bedroom is the theme. Is there something that they love? A cartoon character or animal, perhaps? You can then use this as inspiration for creating a mood board with pictures of things they like and colours that appeal to them. If you want to go with something more abstract, try using colour wheels as guides instead of specific images; these will show you how different shades work together to create different moods and feelings within a room's design scheme.

Now, let's move onto organization within the room. Children's rooms can be a clutter magnet. There are so many things to store in a kids room, from toys and books to clothes and shoes. Add art supplies, sports equipment and electronics into the mix and you've got yourself one busy storage area! Here are some ideas for keeping everything neat and tidy:

Storage for toys - Use cabinets or shelves at kid-height so they can reach everything themselves. For example: A bookshelf with baskets underneath is ideal for storing stuffed animals; bins on top of dressers make great toy boxes that kids can open up themselves; hooks attached under windowsills make excellent places for hanging small stuffed animals (or anything else).

Storage for clothes - Closets should be large enough so that your child has plenty of space without having to cram their belongings into them. If this isn't possible due to limited square footage in your home or apartment, then consider adding hooks along walls where they'll fit best (on either side of doors). This way everyone knows where their own items go when putting them away after wearing them outside!

You know your child best, so it's up to you to decide what is most important for them. Perhaps they need a place for their toys and games, or maybe they'd rather have their bed in the corner of the room instead of in front of it? Whatever it is, make sure that everything has its place. If you have more than one child, then organizing their rooms together can be even more challenging -- but also more fun! You can use this opportunity for some bonding time between siblings (and with yourself).

With these tips, you should be able to get your child's bedroom in order and keep it that way!