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Create a personalized kids room that will grow with your child

Create a personalized kids room that will grow with your child

The days are long, but the years are short. So, although it may be tempting to design a bedroom around your kids’ current wants and interests, it’s important to create a space that can evolve with them over time. Get inspired with these décor tips and create a bedroom that your children will love now and in five years’ time.

1. Don’t overdo the theme

Going all-in on your kids’ current obsession as an overall theme may seem like a no-brainer. But resist the urge to go overboard. Instead, add touches of your child’s desired theme throughout. Lamps, pillows, wall art and even themed bedding provide the perfect opportunities to be more daring and playful.

2. Invest in furniture that will last

Changing furniture every couple of years isn’t sustainable. Instead of spending money on child-sized tables and beds, consider investing in pieces that will stay grow with your child in terms of size and design. For example, if you have a young child that is graduating to a big kid bed, opt for a single bed that will last until they are a teen.

3. Get strategic with storage

Floating shelves, custom built-ins, bedroom benches, and under-bed storage are key to keeping your child’s room tidy. These in-room solutions will encourage kids to take control of their environment, inspiring independence and making your life easier.



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