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Renovating the Children’s Bedroom – a Fun Activity for the Whole Family

Of all the types of finishing work, renovating the children’s bedroom is the most pleasant and welcome event. It captures and unites all members of the family – small and large. Every parents wants to make the bedroom a unique, cozy, bright, and fabulous space to provide the youngest members of the family ideal conditions for play, development, and learning.

Therefore, the renovation of the nursery should be clearly planned. Namely, its implementation should be carried out as responsibly as possible by following these Tips to Implement Before Starting Home Renovation.

Renovating the nursery begins with a detailed plan. Pay attention to the following points:

  • Large spacious windows – Vinyl Windows are a perfect fit;
  • A sleeping place is usually located away from the “door-window” line;
  • For a baby’s room, choose environmentally friendly, if possible, natural finish (a good choice – high-quality wallpaper and materials from European manufacturers, they are subjected to strict quality control);
  • Many children do not like to sleep in complete darkness, so along with traditional lighting fixtures should provide night lighting (luminous interior elements, LED lights, or ribbons will do well).
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Tip: If you want to make a child’s bedroom perfect, take a closer look at the environment of kindergartens – especially private ones. The interior of such institutions is well thought out to the last detail. It includes easily washable floors and walls, as well as light furniture in pleasant pastel colours. Commercial kindergartens often use photo wallpaper in their design.

How to make a renovation in the nursery for a newborn

Renovating the nursery, as showed in the photo below, gives an idea of the fashion trends relevant today for newborns. These are pastel shades with the inclusion of gold and silver elements, light, easy-to-clean furniture, and light wallpaper on the ceiling. If possible, the lower part should be finished with soft panels.

A child under 7 years old needs a minimum of furniture and maximum play space. In this case, priority is given to safety.

The interior design should exclude cupboards, tables, and chairs with sharp corners, and heavy items which the child might drop. Pay attention to the windows – a small child should not be able to open them independently. Remove unnecessary electrical appliances from the nursery and buy special plugs for the outlets.

Important: Children under 3 years old spends a lot of time on the floor, so special attention is the choice of flooring materials. Here are good quality laminate or parquet, it is also appropriate to consider the installation of a “warm floor”.

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Renovating the boy’s nursery – a combination of smart colours and ostentatious austerity

Boys, like girls, appreciate the aesthetic and comfortable bedroom. It is not necessary to choose for a boy a blue or gray colour. Buy wallpaper with cars and soldiers. The stronger sex loves a combination of bright monochrome shades:

  • green and orange;
  • blue and yellow;
  • white and red.

Pay attention: Designing the nursery for a boy, as shown in the photo below, is a combination of simple colours of the basic spectrum. It gives the room a sense of solidity. It distracts from pampering and sets up for work.

Tip: If you want your child to keep the house clean, make room for her toys and help arrange everything there. Then the room will look more spacious.

Renovating the children’s bedroom for a girl – the territory for experimentation!

As young ladies like to imagine themselves as princesses, the opulent furnishings of the bedroom will please them and will deliver a lot of pleasant moments. Unlike boys, girls prefer mixed colours, derived from the basics: purple, lilac, or pink. Combine the renovation in the children’s room and design a fairytale castle! The skillful combination of bright and muted shades of the same colour creates the desired comfort, a sense of peace, and security for a girl.

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Tip! Educators and designers do not recommend using excessively bright, energetic, acidic colours when decorating children’s rooms. Active children need a calm environment where they can relax and do things.

Renovating a nursery for two children

If two kids live in one room, the search for design ideas becomes a little more complicated. This much depends on the size of the room. In a cramped space, children will have to share one sleeping place (bunk beds will help), a dining table, a place to play and study. A more spacious room can be divided into zones according to the preferences of each of the children. This is done with the help of favourite cartoon characters, modes of transport, and different colours of the wallpaper.

Renovating the nursery for two assumes:

  • A light colour scheme (visually increases the room);
  • Purchase of compact furniture that will save space (folding table, sofa, or armchair-transformer);
  • The use of decorative elements made by the hands of small family members.

This is interesting! Similar principles are appropriate when making renovating in a small children’s bedroom. White colour and folding furniture visually increase the space, freeing up invaluable square meters for useful activities and games.

Photo wallpaper in the interior of the children’s bedroom – a simple and profitable solution

If the family aims to renovate the children’s bedroom in an apartment, then a good choice for this important room is wallpaper or photo wallpaper. They are environmentally safe and allow you to create a really fabulous interior, spending a minimum of effort on it. The photos of the repair in the nursery give an idea of how beneficial photo wallpaper looks in a city apartment!

Updating the interior every 2-3 years is difficult for the family budget. Therefore, designers recommend making the floor, walls, and ceiling in neutral colors, and transforming the room with catchy textiles, children’s drawings, and removable decorative parts.

Conclusion 

It is important to remember that practicality, convenience, and reliability are important when renovating a child’s room. You need to choose calm colours and take care of the safety of the child in the room. You also need to think through each stage of  renovating, and think through all the intricacies and details.

Pay attention to quality and safe materials for the children’s bedroom, because your child will live in it, and it depends on you how comfortable it will be there. And don’t forget about your child’s preferences, it will also help you create an incredible room that will appeal to you and your child, and of course, strengthen the trust in the family.

Lyne
Lynehttps://ottawamommyclub.ca/
Lyne is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. It has always been her dream to create a website dedicated just for Moms since her children were young. Thus, after 10 years, she finally accomplished it, and the Ottawa Mommy Club was born in May 2011. She loves all things Disney and is an avid chocoholic. She was also the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa and Toronto. She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the City of Ottawa Mayor's City Builder Award.

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