Practical issues now dealt with, how can you help your child create an environment that reflects their personality, keeps their interest and uses their imagination? Start by sitting on the floor with your child and ask questions about their favourite colours, themes or activities. Involve your child as much as you can in the initial planning process and their ideas in the final design. Try to find balance between what you know is possible and practical against what is in your childâs taste.
Interior Design - Home Tour #1
There are a couple of helpful ways in which we can spruce up our home life and our home decor by working on some elements that are very important.
- Proportion and Scale - Use only furniture and pieces that suit the total size of the area, not overshadow it or throw it out of symmetry.
So you are planning to decorate your kidâs room. Where do you start? If you are decorating the room for your baby or very young toddler, the initial planning decisions will be yours (you may of course consult professional interior designers if your budget stretches that far) and the project will be designed and carried out by you.
There are numerous childrenâs room accessories that add colour, creativity and individuality to your childâs room. Clocks, height charts, name plaques, wall hooks, bookends and door knobs all help to personalize your childâs space. Many of these products are decorated with your childâs favourite theme. You may wish to spend time with your child browsing for ideas for kidâs room decor. When you have found your products ensure they are supplied by companies that guarantee safety, quality and child-friendliness.