Your child’s room needs to be a fun space where he can not only sleep and study, but also play, have fun, and generally be alone. Here are some tips for decorating your child’s room.
The basics of a children’s room, in terms of furniture, are a bed and side table, a cupboard, a study table and chairs, maybe a chest of drawers,
a dresser, and a cupboard if things get too messy. Beyond this, you don’t really need much. You can use a theme, when decorating your child’s room – a theme is suitable for a child’s room; You can use different kinds of themes depending on the age and gender of your child. Once you’ve decided on a theme, you can invest in bedding, curtains, and even furniture that matches the theme. However, be careful not to go overboard, because you have to stay within the limits.
Playtime isn’t over yet
These cute children’s textiles make bedtime fun for little ones. Inspired by the traditional lovikkavantar (Swedish glove) pattern, this KÄPPHÄST series from IKEA evokes a playful Scandinavian spirit. And of course, all the cotton in the product comes from more sustainable sources. They are a natural, durable material that becomes softer with each wash. A great choice for your child – and our planet.
KÄPPHÄST quilt covers, rugs and pillows in a colorful room.
Children’s games can be dangerous in the environment, including rugs. These soft yet tough rugs are easy to care for and made of durable natural cotton fiber that resists play and noise.
Close-up of a KÄPPHÄST carpet with a pattern inspired by traditional Swedish gloves in green, red, and pink.
With a few pillows and extra toys on the bed, your child’s room will feel more comfortable. Choose an elephant pillow that’s easy to clean and cute, with a washable, easy-to-remove pillow.
A KÄPPHÄST pillow with a green elephant on the leg of a pink pompom with a dark green and white pattern.
This quilt cover is made of cotton that grows sustainably and is soft to the touch. The printing technique for its graphic patterns requires less water than conventional methods. It’s a fun and thoughtful way to decorate your child’s room.
A smiling child is wrapped in a comfortable KÄPPHÄST blanket with light and dark green freckles and stripes.
You may also decide to choose kids bedding and curtains that have a theme rather than a solid color. Choose a pattern that will help reinforce bedtime, and not keep the kids up all night. There are plenty of options to choose from, you can find bedding and curtains for kids in nearly every print imaginable. Try choosing a theme that compliments the rest of the room’s décor and also your child’s personality and hobbies. As long as your child participates, you will find that you can create the perfect room for your child, and have a wonderful and positive time redecorating with your child.