We have to face the facts that the kids’ room isn’t just a place to sleep in. It is a place where kids study, play, relax and store their books, toys and clothes.

As such, it’s important to decorate the room in such a way that will feel magical while providing comfort and safety.

Know what your child wants

The first step towards the correct décor is picking the right color scheme of the room. This will add to your certainty of picking the right furniture for the children’s room. It is important to communicate with the child and ask what color they prefer. Consulting them on the tone of the room with make them feel involved, which will make them more connected to the room. Deciding to opt for wallpaper instead of paint can be tricky. It all depends on the theme of the wallpaper pattern and if it will hold the child’s interest in the future. Choose wisely if you don’t want to go through the hassle of stripping your newly colored the walls.


If you’re thinking about getting a carpet, the answer is always yes. Picking the right pattern can hide stains, and it can function as a cushion if the young one falls. In addition, carpets provide additional warmth.

Furniture that will suit your children the most

After your ceiling, floor and wall pattern is chosen, it’s time to pick the right furniture that will suit your children the most.  It’s important to know how much space you’re working with and how your child will adapt to that space as it grows up. While themed beds like racecars and dragon’s nests may look tempting now, a simple bed will undoubtedly go well throughout the various stages of childhood. Beds with built in desks and storage are a great solution to saving space. The same goes for loft beds that make it easy for older kids to study beneath. Also, investing in an adjustable desk can be a perfect solution for a “one size fits all” desk set-up.


Throughout the entire process of modeling the kids’ room, it’s important to think a few years ahead. Anything you choose must be able to fit in with various stages of your child’s progress. Picking natural finishes such as metallic and wood are a great choice because the way they blend in with most color schemes. With that in mind, don’t overdo it and make the room boring and stale. Remember to keep a playful theme to awaken your child’s creativity.