3 Tips for Upgrading Your Kids’ Bedrooms

Collaborative Post¦ Providing your child with a bedroom that they love is one of the best things you can do to foster their creativity, confidence, and imagination.

They are a sanctuary, a space where they can escape to when they need alone time, a place where their likes and dislikes can flourish. A place to sleep, play, and grow.

As they get older, your child’s needs will change, and so should their bedroom. If you’re getting ready to provide them with an upgrade, sit down and talk to them. Find out what they would like in their bedroom and indulging all of their wants might not be possible, involving them in the process will give them a sense of ownership.

If you’re getting ready to embark on a bedroom renovation, then here are three tips for upgrades your kids will love.

  1. Be Smart with Storage

Having room to play is one the best things you can do to help your kids love their bedrooms.

Children need space to foster their imagination and creativity, and by getting smarter with storage, you’ll help to free up valuable floor space.

Companies such as Sharps specialise in built in storage solutions that give you more space to move around a room. From wardrobes to bookcases, you’ll ensure that your child’s furniture doesn’t get in the way of their play.

And, when their bedroom has enough storage for all of their belongings, it helps to keep the clutter out of your living spaces.

  • Buy a Bed They’ll Love

Bedtime is one of the most important parts of your child’s day. After all, they need a good night’s sleep to help them learn, grow, and succeed.

However, we all know that bedtimes can be a challenge, from fears of the dark, to fears of missing out, our children often don’t want to go to bed.

When it comes time to purchase a new bed for their room, take them with you and include them in the decision process. Make going to bed something exciting, and when they love their bed, they’ll be more likely to want to get in it each night.

Experts such as Archers Sleep Centre have a range of kids beds that your little ones will love.

  • Hang Their Art

Many children love to draw, and if yours do, they’re probably incredibly proud of their artwork.

While you may have previously hung these on your fridge, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t still do so, another great way of encouraging is by hanging them in your kids’ bedrooms. Your little ones will be delighted to see their artistic displays framed and taking pride of place on their wall.

Or, if you really want to go all out, why not scan them onto your computer and create a collage? This collage can then be used to create a wall mural of their art with the help of companies such as Rebel Walls who let you create custom wallpaper.

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.