Making the perfect environment for your kids’ room is so important. It seems there is a plethora of gear, toys and organization that goes into this room, even more so than any other in the home.
You need a place to rock or glide, change a diaper or store your clothes, a book shelf for books or toys, a crib or bed, a well-organized closet and night stands with the usual essentials. You must have plenty of personalization and plenty of art in order to make the room a theme either overtly or with color.
There are many layers to making the room work from the floor texture for early toddlers learning to walk to the lighting needed for homework. Frankly, everything in between if not done well, can look messy and hap hazard.
Usually, designing a child’s room is mostly left up to the mother since it is such a personal and emotional room to design. Here is what I have found lately and fell in love with. Hope you do to. Happy Designing!
Tulp Kids has nailed it with these cabinets made of sustainable design to look like houses. Buy alone or make a mini-city for your mini-me. $2,099
Young readers will love the Liam Wooden Bed. A lamp with switch all included leaves the table lamp off of your accessory shopping list. For a boy, as-is or paint bright pink, this versatile bed will work hard for many years to come.
Just use chalk and write the contents. I am so sick of the expected basket. Try these Blackboard boxes instead. $79.95.
Wallpaper, no matter what the style or color, adds a bit of whimsy which is needed on a focal wall or above wainscot on all walls. Find a theme-focused print or something muted or colorful. Tweet tweet! Wallpaper is sold To The Trade so contact us for ideas and buying.
A name meaning silhouette! Everyone should know what their name means and where it comes from. Super cute and super cheap. $25 each