Published at Saturday, April 28th 2018. In bedding. By Agata Sundberg.
Kids are notorious for changing their personal tastes from minute to minute. And¯ that‵s okay #x0203E; it‵s all part of the fun of growing up. However¯ when it comes time to decorate their rooms¯ constantly updating the decor to reflect those ever-changing tastes can be exhausting¯ not to mention expensive. Use points to design a bedroom that will grow with your child and still let them express who they are.
When you have a little one¯ it‵s easy to get taken in by picturesque nursery items. Once your child ages a few years¯ they will seem too juvenile and you will once again find yourself at the store. Instead¯ look for furniture that you could see keeping in your home for years to come. For example¯ rather than buying a child-sized bureau¯ choose one that their clothes will grow into. If you have the space¯ invest in a double bed over a single accommodate more sleeping arrangements any visiting guests.
Double duty furniture is ideal¯ especially when looking to transition a room from a space that is fit for an infant into one that is ready for a child. Think outside the idea of a changing table and purchase a desk or dresser that can be fitted with a padded changing. This way¯ you can use the changing table while you need it¯ but your child has a ready-made space to do her homework once she starts school. Similarly¯ when it‵s time to start shopping for a bed. Look for one that has built#x0203E;in storage underneath. The storage would help the room stay looking crisp and clean while also giving you extra options to put away a never#x0203E;ending supply of toys.
In any design project¯ there are a few areas that you want to stand the test of time#x0203E;floor coverings¯ furniture pieces¯ and paint colors. Instead of using these things to make a statement #x0203E; such as the painting the walls of a baby‵s room a pastel pink or blue #x0203E; choose an option that has staying power. Pick paint colors that are warm and inviting¯ classic finishes for your furniture¯ and floor coverings that are universal.
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