Experts reveal 8 essential items for your kids’ bedroom

Having kids and starting a family is both a happy and stressful tasks, as there are countless things to keep into consideration. While many of these factors cannot be thought and vary from person to person, there’s some other things that you can seek advice for.

When it comes to your children’s bedroom, interior design expert Unbeatable Blinds has you covered as they’ve listed some items that are essential to a kid’s bedroom, and will both make your child feel at home and will make you feel more at ease.

  1. Coloured walls

Being a child is all about having fun, learning new things and overall, just being carefree. White walls are often too boring and plain and while not all kids might like bright colours, it is easy to say that they might prefer a different option to a neutral tone. Have them choose their wall’s colour and maybe even include them in the process of painting them!

  1. A bed they can grow into

This one is both practical for you and important for them, as changing the bed each time your child becomes too big for it isn’t ideal as will probably cost you a lot of money. Instead, get a bigger bed they can grow into and look at your kids reclaim their space and have something that belongs only to them.

  1. Lots of storage

Even though they’re small, children can own tons of things, and that’s why it’s essential to have as much storage space as possible in their room. This can not only help both of you keep the space tidy but will also teach them that everything they own has a place and that each item needs to be put back in their place once they’re done using it.

  1. A rug

Both for comfort and aesthetic, a rug is another must in a kids’ bedroom, as it will give them a comfortable place to play and carry out a lot of their activities but will also give the room a pop of colour and a sense of completeness.

  1. Safe but fun blinds

Just like adults, children need their privacy and shade, but what’s even more important is their safety. While curtains are surely pretty, they can be a hazard for your child, that’s why roller blinds are way safer. Also, they can absolutely be as pretty, as they come in a multitude of patterns and colors which you can choose with your kid to customize their room exactly like they want to!

  1. Bookshelves

Hands down one of the most important features in any room, bookshelves are not only a must, they’re a need. Reading to your kids, as well as teaching them to read is a great way to not only bond with them and give them core memories, but also to initiate a journey of discovering and passion, which often will develop until they’re adults.

  1. Laundry basket

While it’s only right for your kids to have fun, teaching them how to take care of their clothes is also important so they can become fully functional adults. Placing a laundry basket in their room can not only help you separate your child’s delicate clothing from your own but can give them a routine which entails realizing a piece of clothing is dirty, putting it away for laundry and change into something clean that they need to take better care of.

  1. A trash can

Another way to teach your kids about tidiness and cleanliness is to place a trash can into their room that they can use at their convenience. Afterall, everybody has one in their room, and since it’s a must to then teach them about differentiating waste and recycling, this might a great way to introduce them to how important it is.

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