Toddlers spend a lot of time each day in their rooms playing with their toys, eating, and taking naps. Therefore, decorating it creatively and incorporating vibrant colors in the décor can have a great influence on them. It isn’t as easy as it seems when you think of all the safety features while keeping the room incredibly enjoyable for them.
Basic furniture pieces in toddler’s bedroom are bed, cupboard, rug, seating arrangement, and colorful curtains. After that, you can decorate the walls with pictures of cartoon characters, butterflies, kids’ wall stickers, and a large drawing board. The color scheme you choose depends on whether it’s a boy or a girl.
If it’s a little princess, go for pink, purple, white, lavender, or orange. Alternatively, if you have a little dragon, consider using blue, yellow, green, or red. These are all cheerful colors which can have a positive effect on your little one. However, stay away from wallpaper. Despite that patterned wallpaper in cute designs are actually very pretty, toddlers will just adore ripping them off the walls.
Also, it’s crucial that you use acrylic paint which is washable and water-resistant. So, if your little one tries to leave his creative work of art on the walls, you’ll be able to wash it off easily. Also, you should look for decorations that aren’t expensive and can be easily changed, because kids grow rapidly and their needs change as they do.
You can take your little toddler with you when you go shopping and let him choose with you his own items. You’ll be very confused when you start looking for a rug. There’s a wide array of styles, colors, and sizes. Therefore, making him limit it down for you is a good choice. You can create a cozy nook by complementing this rug with a bunch of hug pillows.
You can add book shelves near this area to display his toys, story books, and magazines. Also, consider buying some colorful toy containers so that all his toys can be easily accessible to him. They will also help you eliminate clutter quickly at the end of the day.
We hope you create a bedroom for your little toddler that will help him develop his emotional, social, physical, and creative skills. We also hope he/she will grow up to be a confident and happy human being.