Finding a theme and sticking to it is one of the basics of design, for any kind of product from a magazine to house interiors. In some cases, a concept can be just as broad as a style, a colour palette or hard functionality, but in many others you can set your imagination free and come up with interesting concepts and stories to tell with your design choices. Perhaps one of the most inviting rooms for an imaginative and even wild concept is our children's bedrooms, because that is exactly how they are. They love to play and imagine and feel that they are in a magical world, surounded by all things they love. So designing a child's bedroom with a daring or bold theme, not being afraid of being fun or inventive or out there, is something that they might be grateful for, for years to come.
So get to know your children and realize what they like the most, and consider the possibility of designing their bedrooms, buying them furniture and decorations, choosing the right display and motifs, so the whole design reflects what they love. They will feel at home at their new bedroom and they might love every single detail of it.
Of course, remember not to sacrifice too much functionality for the sake of design. There is always a sweet spot where you can get the best of both worlds. Design a bedroom that suits all your child's needs and gives them space for their stuff and their activities, and stick to a motif that they will love and will help them enjoy the years of their childhood.
The world cup has been all the rage lately, and with a British country getting so far, the football craze has been present in our imagination for a while. Kids all over the United Kingdom love to picture themselves as football players and keep track of their favourite player on the field. FDefinitively, our kids love football, so isn't this a great moment to think about the possibility of a football themed child's bedroom?
A Kids Football Themed Bedroom offers many possibilities for our imagination to go wild. Something great about football as a theme for a room's design is that it has many visual queues and iconic images that you can add to any design; in other words, half of the work is already done before you even start. You have a few classic ways to dress up a bedroom to have a football theme, like a poster of a player or a team, and the colours and symbols of your child's favourite team. Footballs are also a motif that you can incorporate everywhere, from the bed covers to the curtains and even stickers on the walls or furniture.
Some football teams have colours that make up for a great palette for your bedroom, but it depends on the case. So if your kid's favourite football theme has colours that are a bit unfriendly to the eye, make sure to use them wisely, either reducing their presence on the design or wisely choosing which other colous with which you will combine them to balance them out.
As we have stated before, design and functionality should go hand by hand in any room, but particularly bedrooms because that is where kids will spend hours a day and do many of their daily activities. They will also share time with their friends here, so you want to make sure that the space is as functional as possible. There are a few design hacks you can bear in mind when desinging such a place, and if you do, you can be sure you will come up with a great design that your kids will use and appreciate.
Optimizing the space is one of the best things you can do, especially if you don't have a big room for your children, or if two or more children are sharing a bedroom. Kids Bunk Beds will not only make the space more functional, but also add a layer of fun to the moment of going to bed. You can also use custom made furniture that incorporates beds, storage spaces and a desk for your child to work and play.
If you make the right choices, you can bet your kid will feel they have the best bedroom in the entire universe. So ask them about what they want and figure out a way to balance a great design!
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