LIVING WHITE ON WHITE

LIVING WHITE ON WHITE
White might be simple, but never dull.

Monday, January 9, 2012

DESIGNING YOUR CHILD'S BEDROOM




Today is about designing a small child’s bedroom, ages 2-10 years old. This can be very challenging when you consider the fast pace at which children are growing up these days.
All home design deals with form and function; your child's room will work  by creating a pleasing environment through interior space manipulation and planning.  
You reconfigure a space to make it more functional and more pleasing.


Whether the room is for a boy or a girl keep it simple, light, cheerful and kid friendly! 
Here are a few tips to keep things simple:



To help your kids stay organized, keep things at their height. Closet storage, benches and coat racks will all be used more often if kids can get to them easily.

Drawers are easy to reach.
Easy to reach desk and cupboard.


Kids are collectors, so make collecting easy. Pictures and postcards don't always have to be stuck to a corkboard. Try hanging them from strings in front of a window or clipping them to a string along the wall to create an interactive border in a room. Or provide lots of shelving.


Cork boards do work!

Bedside lamp is important!

Be sure to include multiple kinds of lighting in a kid's room. Overall lighting is a necessity but so is a reading light. It may even help them find the bathroom in the middle of the night. 




 Remember that white is for any sex and any age. The accessories will make it age and gender appropriate. 




Pretty girl's room that will grow.



Simple girls room with room for a sleepover.
This room will grow with your child, it's only a matter of accessorizing.



A room in the country for your son, sons and friends.

 Visit my Facebook Page for more ideas:https://www.facebook.com/pages/DesignSense/231561176902564
or contact me for a free consultation. andrea.halleywright@gmail.com


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