Fun and Flexible Kids Bedrooms
Their toys and crayons might get absolutely everywhere, but your little one’s room is the only space that’s all about them. It’s their own haven to play, learn, and drift off after a day of fun. It’s also a space that grows with them as they get older, but as any parent knows, with time they become more independent in accessing what they need. With our children being at home more than ever at the moment, re-inventing their bedroom to deliver some bonus benefits can make a big difference to their comfort and wellbeing. Our helpful tips and tricks will help you mould their space to suit your mini-me’s style.
Brighten up their bedroom and make them beam from ear to ear even on the rainiest day, by adding fun pops of colour. Whether they’re greeting the day with a rainbow blind or relaxing on a cheery cushion, they’ll learn, play, and recuperate in a place that reflects their colourful personality. This style will liven up any sized space and the rainbow accessories that we’ve linked below can easily be coordinated with their existing bedding. The symbol of hope, joy and often the end destination to a little pot of gold - which our kids certainly are - rainbows provide a meaningful touch that is suitable for all ages.
Store & play
Having multi-functional furniture is key to creating a bedroom that swaps its secondary purpose when they need it to. Our bookcase house is an adorable example of this, by offering extra storage for everything they need. From books, educational bits, and crafting essentials to soft toys, dolls and even framed photos of far-away loved ones. If extra storage isn’t needed at that time, it can switch to being a doll’s house or super-hero hideout to let their imaginations run free. The great thing is that the sizeable sections on this anything-you-need-it-to-be case means that everything can be stored away easily to avoid a sea of toys on the floor as they go to bed.
Things are a little muddled right now and our little heroes are having to adjust to a new way of learning from home. Creating a space that feels fun and relaxing to them is important so they can have some time out and avoid becoming overwhelmed. If you have space for a small desk in their bedroom - or even your living room - try to add personal touches to it, such as a framed photo, fairy lights or meaningful trinkets. To help the space stay flexible, keeping a basket or bag to the side of their desk means that they can stop using it for schoolwork and change to crafting, playing a game or reading. If your little one is a book worm, create an inviting reading corner for them with help of plenty of comfy cushions, their favourite reads, and a nice soft rug for them to sit on. If you have an indoor play tipi, You could pop that up over the space too for a fun little hideout.