Jun 11, 2020

Cool Ideas to Create a Fun and Colourful Space for your Kids

A separate room for kids is common in modern households. A place dedicated to kids makes them feel safe and comfortable, where they can spread the wings of their imagination, study, nurture their hobbies, and get a good night’s sleep. The room is personal territory for kids, a domain decked out just for them. It gives them a sense of pride as well as make them responsible individuals.

Arbind Shou and Promela Shou recently shifted to an apartment on Budge Budge Trunk Road with their only child. Living in a small rented home for a long time they used to dream about a home where there will be a separate room for their child. The airy 2 BHK residential flat near Budge Budge provided them with the much-needed space and opportunity to design their kids’ room that will look fabulous, hide clutter and become a wholesome space for them to grow up in.
If you too, are running out of ideas to decorate your kids’ room, here are some innovative yet affordable ideas to turn your kids’ space into their dream den:

1.Go wild with paints:

Painting the room in vibrant colours is your best bet for a quick and easy makeover of the kids’ room. Don’t hesitate to experiment with unusual colour combinations. If you want to add a burst of colour without painting the walls, go for colourful shutters. Also give tired, old furniture new life with some splash of colour. Instead of painting an entire room, upgrading the furniture with a fresh coat of paint can energize a space in a similar way.

2.Place multi-functional furniture:

The furniture in the kids’ room should be well-made pieces that will take a good hammering/climbing upon. With the growing age, their room will need to accommodate different furniture like - a desk for study, a bigger bed or plenty of additional storage space for books and equipment. Too much furniture will make the room cluttered. So, think about some long-term investment in terms of furniture and shop for multi-functional pieces that incorporate desk space with plenty of hidden, but accessible, storage. Place some boxes, baskets or attach some hooks, hangers and wall organizers into the underside of the windowsill or behind the doors to create an efficient space to move around freely in the room.
girl's room
3.Get creative with walls:

Add personality to the room by decorating the walls with wall-hung toys, pictures or family photos. Rather than purchasing pricey artwork, install inexpensive shelving and decorate it with items that you already have. Try cute wall stickers or string up pretty bunting made with different fabrics and patterns to jazz up a wall inexpensively. Wall murals are also a great option to keep the room fun and creative. Give it a more personal touch by framing a map of a beloved place and hang it on the wall. It is an excellent idea for budget-friendly wall décor and also will be very useful for your kid.

4.Display in style:

Walls adorned with gallery-style wall décor that celebrates all styles of art form look ever stylish and doesn't have to cost a fortune. If your child is passionate about something, like music or painting - display their prized possessions on the walls. Guitars hung on the wall will be easily accessible and would look great too. Try using your kid’s artwork, frame it or hang a large corkboard to fill a blank wall. The little one will love seeing his/her own handwork displayed and will be encouraged to create more.

5.Give it a fun touch:

The kids’ room should not look dull and it must be different from other rooms. Depending on the age of your child, add some fun and more personal touch to the room. Create a dreamy nook with a canopy makes a major visual impact. Place cushions, toys and fairy lights into it to create a really cosy atmosphere which can be transformed into a magical bedtime reading space. If the room is spacious enough, a swing would be a fun addition. If your child is a toddler, roll out a play rug for instant fun.

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