Designing a bedroom for kids is a great opportunity to use your creative skills and imagination. Children love having their own unique space that is a reflection of who they are and what they love. Parents desire to create a stimulating environment that promotes and accommodates learning, but kids prefer more space for playing games. The trick with designing a kid’s bedroom is to find a balance between study and play, discovering ways to combine the two activities into a complete bedroom design.
We have already seen Star Wars and Mario Kart 8 themed bedrooms for kids that would make even adults jealous. If you’re capable and have the resources, creating custom furniture and decorations is definitely worth the effort. Children will grow up loving their bedrooms and gaining an appreciation for your hard work. Storage space is an important concern when it comes to kids rooms. There is never enough room for storing all the toys, trinkets, and clothing that children end up accumulating over time. This is why beds with storage underneath are a popular choice for children. They can easily keep items organized and accessible.
For kids with siblings, growing up probably means having to share a room together. Considering the limitations of space, this also means bunk beds. Some of the most creative designs figure out ways to use bunk beds that still gives each child their own space and privacy. This is achieved by surrounding each bed with walls and barriers, making it feel like a room within a room. If this sounds like too much, another option is using paint and color to define and differentiate spaces. Half of the bedroom painted pink for the daughter, and the other half painted blue for the son. This doesn’t help with privacy but it gives each child a sense of owning their space.