Things a child’s room should have
Have you noticed that we sometimes tend to overcrowd our children’s rooms? Apart from a few must-haves in a child’s room, we tend to go overboard with things that a child outgrows very soon. With a little forethought and planning, a child’s room can be done up innovatively with things that a child will really understand and enjoy. Take a look at some well thought out suggestions here that a child can enjoy for a long time in his or her room:
Children need a lot of space. They love to do their own thing, explore and generally sprawl on the ground with their crayons, dolls or games. Instead of cluttering up the room, do the walls up colorfully with their favorite cartoons or pictures and free up floor space. Use only furniture that is space-saving and compact.
Toys and games kept on regular shelves can accumulate dust and dirt over a period of time. A lovely alternative is a chest like the Charleston chest where everything can be kept under cover. A Kidcraft Charleston chest is available in multiple colors that look good in a child’s room. It has a safety hinge to prevent little fingers from getting caught. When kept closed, children can even use it as a seating arrangement. The chest can teach kids to keep all their things organized inside like their books, board games, toys and sports equipment.
You can allow your child to develop his imagination by letting him choose things for his room. You can make gentle and helpful suggestions to help them. You can tell them that colorful alphabet wall decals will be very helpful once they start school. Or they can choose from other wall decals that are available to fire up their imagination.
Doll dress up wall decals, basketball/football and Russian doll nesting wall decals are among hundreds of others that children enjoy. Pick reusable ones to get the most out of them.