Most children don’t want to sleep with their parents anymore so that they want their own room. Certainly, they want a comfortable room which can also be a place to play and study.
You should make a room which makes the children feel comfortable in the house. Even though girl’s room is different with the boy’s, you still can make a beautiful and fun room. Read some tips below to manage your child’s room.
Sometimes, children need to be asked
Indeed, parents always decide everything they want to give to their children. However, it doesn’t matter to have a discussion with your children about their room. Ask them what they love, what they want, and room theme before purchasing furniture for their room. So, you can adjust to the desire of them.
Customize the furniture with child’s needs
As we know that children are truly different with adults whether their needs or life. So, you have to adjust what the needs of your children. Furniture and organizing system for adults aren’t suitable to be placed in child’s room. The child’s small hands can’t manage the stubborn wooden drawers. Folding closet doors? Uh, it may pinch their cute hands and if the doors are pushed from the bottom, they will jump the rails. Closet hanging rods also will be out of reach for the children, whereas adult hangers don’t fit child’s clothes. What furniture do children need? Lower clothing rods and children hangers are suitable for your children, especially younger children. To place child’s toys, you can choose floor-level open containers. Underwear and socks can be stored in the open plastic baskets.
Bright colors are the best for child’s room because make the room looks wider and cheerful. You can synchronize the wall color with the furniture. Don’t forget to choose safe paint for the room.
Use printed labels with pictures for every storage. Separate the storage for each item such as socks, shirts, toys, underwear, or others. By using labeled storages, children know where those items belong to.
Give bright lighting for both girl’s and boy’s room. Avoid using halogen lamp because it’s too bright for the children.
Well, thank moms & dads for reading this article. Hope those tips work for you.]