Monday, July 3, 2017
Let the sky be the limit and set your imagination free, when creating a personal room for your kids.
When decorating a room for your child, remember that organisation is key to avoid any hassel; this should be fun and inspirational for everyone.
Creating your own moodboard
A moodboard for the room can be a collection of colours, textures and images and it is the perfect tool to help you keep the project on track. It is a fun and inspirational thing
to do and you may be surprised how some colours and materials actually work really well together…
Work out a colour scheme to create an overall context, if you choose to go with different hues of a colour then it's always a good idea to use a splash of contrast colour, like the yellow used in this room decoration. Pick a theme but make sure you don't end up with a style that your little one will quickly outgrow. Choose flexible furniture with simple lines that will suit your child for a long time.
Use different materials and mix old findings with new elements. Decorate with the child in mind, a toddler needs room to play but with a baby its more about the functional needs of the parents. Arrange for lots of storage space, this will help you and your child to stay organised.
Let them join in the fun
Letting your kids be involved in the process will kick start their creative side and make them feel right at home. Perhaps this will even help them keep the space more tidy…
Releasing your own inner child will help you create a personal space for your little one to match their personality.
The key is finding the right balance between playfulness and functional decor. And when it comes down to function, maximizing storage using both open and closed storage options will make it easy for you and your child to keep a calm and uncluttered room.
Soft tones and different textures mixed with a fun wallpaper or contrasting prints will add playful details to the room.
3 shortcuts to creating a personal kids room
1. Add old and used elements to give the room character and personality.
2. Painting a wall with blackboard paint is a great way for the kids to express themselves.
3. Choose a splash colour or use the same tone throughout – add texture for more depth.
Stylish soft storage baskets will add great detail to the room and are perfect for organising toys.
Soft storage baskets made to fit the Done by Deer storage rack are perfet, not only for baby products, but also for toys, games, clothing, books, etc. Like here the basket can be turned around inside out for a more subtle look than the Deer friends contour print.