We’re always looking for inspiration when it comes to decorating. I recently spruced up the kitchen with a few new kitchen essentials. I think it’s time now to move on and start sorting out Hayden’s room – finally, It’s now still being used as a spare room. A helpful hand is always important so I’ve put together some of my favorite bedroom inspiration designs that I’ve come across while searching the wonderful world of the internet.
I often don’t know how to get started when it comes to home decor – I don’t actually think I’m naturally talented but I read that making your child’s room nice and bright with lots of colours decor is brilliant for stimulating the young ones mind – I must be still young at heart because I love colourful rooms. It can also help with learning and development.
If the bedroom is a small room, why not get creative with storage space. Storage is a must with children’s bedrooms and a lot of the bed’s I have chosen have under bed storage space – Easy access for clothes storage space and perfect for hiding away toys.
Try and keep with the theme that you initially started with for instance a ‘At Sea’ theme keep colours and furniture essentials within the room consistent.
More or Less Colour
I love colours, loads of colours especially for a child’s room. If you’re not into bold colours then you can also add it more subtly with a splash on the wall (not literally) in the form of wall art. A rug or even the child’s bedding with matching lamp is also always fun.
DIY Wall Artwork
Hanging up wall artwork is always great – Run out to the shop and pick up a cute Pepper Pig canvas or All Hail King Julian poster is so easy to do but have you thought about getting down to the nitty gritty and doing your own art work. Jump on your PC or Laptop open up a design app and get to making your own printable. Fancy getting your hands dirty there’s always the “big blank wall” idea – Let the children design their own wall art would be great for bonding time too.
What is your top tip when it comes to decorating your child’s bedroom?
What gives you inspiration & do you prefer lots of colours are keeping it neutral
Until Next Time Charlotte x