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Designing and setting up a bedroom for your child can be a task that is more challenging than others believe. But if you follow the right steps, setting up the bedroom might not be as bad as you think it is. You just need to pay attention to your child’s desires and know when to draw the line between too much and not enough. Here are a few things that you should keep in mind when redesigning or setting up your child’s bedroom:
Make sure that you pick colors that your child likes
If you are considering repainting the walls, you want to make sure that you are choosing a color that your child likes. The last thing you want to do is pick a color that might match the vibe of the room but doesn’t match what your child has imagined in their mind. Kids can be very picky but this is because they have an image in their heads of how something is supposed to look. When you are talking about something like their bedrooms, they should have a say in what color gets chosen for the wall. Maybe give them a selection of a few colors that you like and see which one they pick from that.
Add in furniture that they can grow into
If you have a newborn, this might be a step you can skip for now. But if you have a toddler or older, it might be good to go ahead and buy a bed that is a little bit too big for them so that they can grow into it. Once your child hits the toddler stage, they are going to start to grow at a rapid pace. In order to save yourself some money, and keep the complaints about things being too small to a minimum, get them a child-sized bed if they are a toddler, and a teenager-sized bed if they are a child.
If you sense that the color choice for the walls isn’t going to last very long, bring yourself ahead of the later drama and use wallpaper. This will save you from having to repaint when your child gets older and decides that the blue or baby pink wall color that they chose when they were smaller isn’t their style anymore. Wallpaper might be more complicated to put up, but it’s easier to get rid of and replace.
Try to avoid age-related decoration
If you have a toddler who is growing into the child stages of life, try to avoid anything that is age-related. Anything that is dedicated to smaller kids like Sesame Street or Spongebob should be avoided. This is just in case your child decides that they aren’t a fan of those things anymore and finds them immature. You won’t have to worry about any money being wasted on those age-dedicated programs if you buy something that is good for all ages like a solid color toy chest, dresser, or rug.