Make Room For Kids: 8 Children Bedroom Decor Inspo
We may not be eager to admit it, but our adult lives are shaped by our experiences growing up. And one way you can impact your kid’s life without even having to interact with them physically is by setting up the perfect room. Outside of their classroom walls, the bedroom is the next place kids spend most of their time. It is also the only place they enjoy privacy, and because we have no clue what they do with that, it is crucial to be one step ahead and be intentional about making it a safe space. Here’s a tip: invest in frames and posters that convey words of affirmation to help bolster your little one’s confidence. We put together eight bedroom decor ideas —across four stages of your kid’s childhood— that you can recreate for your bundle of joy.
The Right Nursery
For expectant parents, choosing a theme and budget for what the nursery would look like is the first step. It is advised to start this preparation 18 to 20 weeks into the pregnancy. Knowing the sex of your baby plays a significant role in the planning, but for parents who would rather wait till delivery to find out, gender-neutral themes also work.
Fit For A Princess
As your girl grows older, she will be faced with a lot of teenage pressure. In between insecurities and puberty, your daughter’s formative years are vital; therefore, your parenting must reflect in their bedroom. You can discuss themes with your daughter as you braid her hair on a shiny Saturday afternoon. She’s your girl; you’re on the same team
It pays to study, and it must be communicated to kids in every way possible. Read books, and maintain a healthy balance between academic and non-academic. Set up a bookshelf and study tables for your teenager. Nothing beats having a knowledgeable kid.
So what happens when siblings have to share a room? Let’s make bunk beds fun again. No, I’m not referring to the ones in public facilities like boarding schools and Universities for adults. If your two boys have to share a room, be sure to make it a fun experience for them.
Self-identifies as a middle child between millennials and the gen Z, began writing as a 14 year-old. Born and raised in Lagos where he would go on to obtain a degree in the University of Lagos, he mainly draws inspiration from societal issues and the ills within. His "live and let live" mantra shapes his thought process as he writes about lifestyle from a place of empathy and emotional intelligence. When he is not writing, he is very invested in football and sociopolitical commentary on social media.