How To Design Your Child’s Bedroom Tastefully

19 October 2022

Making a place for your child to play and develop can and should be enjoyable. However, it can also be a difficult one. After all, creating a stunning, useful space that your child will adore both now and in the future is a pretty challenging task!

This blog will help you determine your child’s present needs and future wants so you can strike that balance between functionality and aesthetic appeal. You will undoubtedly find plenty of inspiration here, whether you’re designing from scratch or hoping to enhance an existing space.

  1. Simplicity

When it comes to kids’ rooms, less is usually more. By keeping the decor simple and furnishings to a minimum, you’ll create more space to play and provide a neutral canvas that can be easily updated as your child grows.

  1. Space

Making the most of your child’s space is essential regardless of whether you’re dealing with a small space or a big imagination. Bedroom additions to help maximise the space include beds with storage or a desk underneath. Furthermore, installing tilt & turn windows is the perfect window solution for any child’s room as they provide ventilation whilst only being tilted open slightly, meaning they allow for more space and are very safe for children. 

  1. Colour

Children enjoy colours, but it can be difficult to choose the right one. Despite the fact that your child may adore everything bright and crazy right now, there is no guarantee that they will in the future. A good balance of colour, without putting yourself in a position where it limits your room design options, would be pastel colours, which are light and bright without overwhelming you. An example of this would be the Chartwell green colour option we have for our range of UPVC windows and doors.  

  1. Playfulness

Consider focusing on what your child enjoys doing the most: playing—to design a room they’ll love. Want to add an element of fun to your design? Consider a chalkboard wall or an easy-to-update art gallery where your kiddo can display their favourite creations. A built-in rock climbing wall, bunk bed slide, or ceiling-hung cargo net are other excellent options that promote play and aid in releasing excess energy before bedtime.

We hope this blog post has inspired you to get creative when designing your child’s bedroom! For more information on tilt and turn windows and other products we offer, get in touch with our team of specialists at Double Glazing Network.