5 Tips to Create The Perfect Room For Your Children

published On Jan 22 2017

Children Room

The innocence, the twinkle in their eyes and the sound of their laughter, having little kids around has got to be one of the most priceless possessions. You want to give them the best of everything, a good education, a wonderful future and even something as small as a great meal to eat and a wonderful room to sleep in.

Children love recreating pieces from their memory to elevate their everyday living. Be it there favourite comic or their treasured hobby, they associate themselves with such figments dearly.  So why not give your child the ideal bedroom to play and sleep in? Presenting five fabulous ideas for you to replicate and bring your children’s dreams alive!

 

For The Little Dora, The Explorer

Congratulations, your child is a born genius. If your child is into geography, has a knack of time and places and loves the idea of wanderlust, this is the decor to go with! The world on a wall, that is the whole point is the whole point.

 

 

Enlighten The Sense Of Outdoor Camps

Some kids love the idea of camping outdoors with their family. If hot chocolate and marshmallows, camping stories and cuddly tents are just some of those few things that makes your little one jump with excitement then you can only imagine what this bedroom idea would make him or her do!

 

 

 

Siblings On The Way!

You know how they say that two is better than one? Don't know how true that is for children running around the house. We know that getting one to bed is a task but doing that with two children could be tiresome. Give your young ones a cosy corner to have those sibling talks and bond in each others company. Watch them grow closer in each others comforts and succeed as parents.

 

Siblings on the way

 

 

Leap And Dunk

For the little Michael Jordon in your son, this bedroom is the most perfect place to be in. They would surely enjoy a smaller version of the basketball court in their room making other friends envious. Throw in some balls and make a small niche for all the trophies that your star player owns because this is going to be his dream room!

 

Leap and Dunk

 

 

A Castle For Your Little Princess

This is the time to give your daughter her own fairytale. She dreams of fairies, high walled castles and beautiful gowns to wear. So why not hand out a castle to her? Turn her room into a living castle and allow her to be the little diva that she was meant to be. Bring in some shades of pink and purple to add to the grandeur of this room. We promise that your daughter would adore this.

 

 

Kids can find happiness in little things so why not give them a childhood that they look back to fondly. *DRUMROLL* you're winning at being the best parents ever!

 

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