Published On: Wed, Mar 25th, 2015

Easy Ways To Make Over Your Child’s Bedroom

kids bedroom2Planning a bedroom makeover for your child? There will be a few times in your child’s life when they will want to have their room changed. Each time it gets a little more complicated. Here we show you some easy ways to make over your child’s bedroom.

Repaint Furniture
Furniture often comes in drab and boring colours, which may not be exciting enough for your child’s room. But you can completely change an entire bedroom setting with just a few strokes of paint. Brightly coloured paints can change old furniture so much you wouldn’t even recognise them. The best part is it’s something you can do yourself. Depending on the material of the furniture, you can even get it done with spray paint. Mixing and matching your child’s favourite colours is a sure way to transform their room into a wonderland.

Rugs
Rugs are a great way to give your child somewhere comfortable to play on while also protecting the floor underneath from stains. Fun, vibrant and colourful rugs are the best choice. Not only does the rug become a great place to play on, it can really pull the room together if it matches with the furniture and walls. They also become a warm place to play when there is only cold flooring underneath. There are many designs specifically made for kids, like the old car track design, making the rug not only part of the room but also a great platform for your child’s imagination.kids bedroom1

Dedicated Play Zone
Ever stood on a loose Lego brick? If yes, then this should be on the top of your to do list. An area in the room that is dedicated to playing helps to keep mess confined. The rugs mentioned can be used as a sort of boundary of the zone. The dedicated play zone isn’t just for the Lego enthusiast though; you can set up an area no matter what toys your child is into. If they like to read, you can put in a bookshelf with a comfortable seat, some cushions and good lighting, and they are all set to have the perfect space to relax in.

Storage
Kids accumulate a lot ofkids bedroom toys and accessories as they grow up, so storage spaces become very important in a child’s room. Entire bedroom suites are available from stores like Super Amart– many come with all kinds of storage solutions built in and this could be just the right thing for you. Clothes hooks are also a great way of teaching kids to hang things up rather than dumping them onto the floor. Another thing children collect is trophies. A high, out-of-reach shelf is the perfect way for your child to show off their achievements. including awards and trophies, as well as any precious collectables.

Children are hard to plan makeovers for, especially with the way they change their minds so quickly, but these helpful tips should make things a little easier. What have you done to make over your child’s bedroom? Share your tips or experiences below.

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