We all wonder about how children play, learn, love and grow! Theirs is the world we wish we could go back to. How about recreating that world within the confines of spaces where they experience life.
Are we really putting enough thought and imagination into making a world for the kids to live, love and grow? Are we considering what better goes into their living space? That’s something a really prudent and skilled interior designer can help with.
Let’s ruminate on those factors and check out 5 tips on making the best interiors for children. This could be a discussion in interior designing classes.
Does it amuse them?
Adding humour to a space requires sourcing and planning of the right furniture and props. An interior designing course can train you on mastering that process.
We all know how a kids’ face lights up to amusing articles. In an interior designed for kids, it would be great to have illusory articles like glowing stars. That can be crafted by putting a lamp inside a covering with star shapes cut out on them. Illuminating fluorescent artworks on the walls or glowing balls could make kids feel amazed and entertained.
Having cute animated cartoon characters, animals or nature on the walls like a theme will make their room very cute.
Are they cozy?
An important part of a kid’s room is their bed. The bed may ideally be placed in a position that do not take away a lot of space from the room. The quilt should ideally be fluffy enough for them to enjoy rolling on, jumping on or sleeping! The bedstand could have balloons, dolls or ribbons hanging. The bed cover could be printed with cute cartoonish figures. And always have something for them to cuddle in the room.
Are the colors vibrant?
Colors influence kids just as much as the grownups. To give kids a peppy interior, it is important to paint it in vibrant colors. Shades of orange can inspire confidence and make them friendlier. Soft yellow shades can make them cheery and focused. Lighter shades of green can boost a child’s cheerfulness and connect with nature. And of course blues can relax them and keep them calm and can even result in reducing their aggressiveness!
Are they learning?
Learning has to be fun for the kids. So why not add animated alphabets, numbers and figures to the room? Big decorated alphabets and number figures and charts on the walls can create a Montessori type atmosphere in the coziness of home! And definitely give them their own cupboards and table that they will be trained to maintain well. And they’ll do it!
Do they get new?
Of course kids would want to change a lot about their rooms time to time. So it would be smart to set the room up dynamic. It’s best to keep articles changeable and customizable at will.
The skill of designing a kids’ interior is a matter of connect with a toddler’s psyche. Interior designing institutes should take the prudence to discuss this part of the designing skill.
A child’s room can play a big part in their growth, hence, it is essential that it’s designed in a way that proves to be both: a sanctuary and a spirit guardian.