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Designing A Child’s Bedroom

Designing a child’s bedroom whilst fun and a chance to indulge your imagination needs to also be safe and practical.  This sponsored post has three great tips to bear in mind when creating your little one’s bedroom.  I know that I would have been lost without our blackout blinds in the summer months!

  • Imagination, creativity and safety are key to designing your child’s room. Electrical leads and sockets need to be safely tucked away and covered and heavy furniture secured to a wall. Blackout blinds are perfect for your little ones if they are light sleepers and prefer sleeping in a darker environment in the summer months; you can always soften the effect by including drapes.
  • For colour schemes, it really is dependent on your child’s energy and personality. They may love bright colours and hope to have a fun, playful environment whereas some may love peaceful, neutral colours which can be perfect for a calming environment. Posters, wall stickers, rugs and bedding can jazz up any bedroom and are totally changeable so your little one will never tire of the same furnishings!
  • Novelty beds are great for making a room extra special. You may try ‘racing car’ beds which are fab for boys or ‘butterfly’ beds for the girlie girls and bunk beds are fantastic if you have double the trouble! Mini desks, themed beside tables and mini drawers could be added to complete the look too. Take a browse through a delightful selection of children’s beds, furniture and accessories at Bedstar online and make your little one’s room truly their own.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post that has been posted in accordance with the guidelines on my PR Opportunities page

2 thoughts on “Designing A Child’s Bedroom

  1. I love my children’s bedrooms! Blackout blinds are a MUST! My youngest still have a cot bed, and I have all his wooden trains and track in a small wooden toy box placed at bottom of bed, good for a seat too!! His room is pirate theme and he loves it!! One wall is wallpapered using spotty paper from Mamas and Papas. Wish I could post pictures for you!

    My eldest son is army mad! He has a larger double room and wallpaper would have been expensive… So I thought up a technique to camouflage his room without the high cost of paper… We bought different coloured greens and browns paint and camouflaged his room using our hand prints! PERFECT! And cheaper!! I’m always up for saving money!! 🙂

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