It’s a known fact that most houses are designed with a small floor space for kids’ bedrooms. Therefore, most families struggle to keep their kids’ bedroom clean and organized. The problem with stuff piling up as days go by isn’t just visual, it jeopardizes your kids’ safety as well. So, we’re here to help you decorate your kids’ bedroom like a pro, making the most out of every inch and keeping your kids happy and safe.
First of all, you need to get the right kind of bed. If you have two kids, a bunk bed is an excellent choice. It really saves much space and your kids would definitely adore it. On the other hand, if you have one kid, stay away from the single kids’ bed frame. Although, it’s really simple and makes the room look larger, it doesn’t solve the storage shortage. Opt for a storage divan bed instead, as it’s already designed with built-in pull outs which provide much storage space.
Also, cabin beds are extremely helpful. They come with an upper bunk and a lower cabin that contains drawers, shelves, or even a built-in study table. So, all you need to do is weighing the options first and you’re good to go.
Another thing to keep in mind is the furniture replacement. Try arranging your kids’ bedroom in a way that’s enjoyable and practical at the same time. For example, try keeping the access of the room clear, and try opting for small pieces of furniture. Want a though out of the box? Choose a small bed then add a large remarkable wall poster, or a big colorful stuffed animal. Those together will add much interest to your kids’ bedroom.
Also, stick to a scheme that allows for plenty of baskets, bins, shelves, and crates. You can use the space under the bed to keep plastic containers there and fill them with out-of-season clothes and other items you don’t need. Try rolling any piece of cloth after folding it, thus keeping them more visible when you open the containers. You can also line the walls with open colorful bins and fill them with toys, shoes, study supplies, etc.
Finally, help your kids stay organized by making a game out of it, and reward them every single time they get it right.