Children's room ideas will be useful for both present and future parents. It's never late to correct mistakes and change something, therefore, let‘s come back to a childhood, more precisely, to a children‘s room, this time. In this post I‘ll try to show a bit non-standard solutions for a children‘s room interior, not at all the ones which you can find in Google while entering the words “children‘s room“ in a search field (you‘ll just find hundreds of photos with modular furniture from the shops).
ABOUT CHILDREN'S ROOM
Thus, to say in brief, it is the place for playing, resting, learning and communicating with friends – 4 in 1! Of course, it would be perfect to spare separate rooms for each of these functions, but the cheapest way is to try to fit them in an only space. I'm not even going to give some advice about what kind of colors to choose, because the trend to decorate a room of a girl with the color rose and that of a boy – the color blue disappeared already a long time ago. Choose background and accent colors paying attention to your child‘s hobbies (you can read about the color effect here), just try not to overdo the things because toys already have a large range of colors. The most important is to make your child feel comfortable in his/her room and try not to include the colors which would bother him, cause unpleasant feelings and memories, but to make so that it was not boring. Try to create the environment where a child could improve in different ways and would live in a harmonious and not chaotic atmosphere.
Children's room furniture
When speaking about a furniture for children‘s room, it doesn‘t matter what kind of design you choose, the most important is that materials were non-toxic (a producer should give you a certificate), melamine is frequently used because it meets all the requirements and is easily cut, therefore, it's possible to design different pieces of furniture. Try to resist glass elements, if it‘s not possible, choose tempered glass. Choose water-based paints.
Children's room ideas
I‘d like to mention the architects Jean-Jacques Hubert, Charlotte Hubert and Antoine Santiard whose achievements were appraised worldwide - “H2O architectes“ were awarded the young European architects and a landscape planners contest “Najap 2008“ prize. In 2009 an international magazine “Wallpaper“ included them into a list of the best and the most rapidly growing practice architects worldwide. Of course, their furniture is designed according to specific needs, however, it's an undoubtedly perfect solution for those who don‘t have a lot of space.
Double decker solutions are very laconic and do not look childish at all. However, as I have already mentioned, each solution is good if it's appropriate for the child.
Thematic rooms – for those who have a creative imagination and live in a fairy tale:)
Solutions of toys and various other stuff:
Functional solutions for those who save space:
It's also possible to include tents – after all, children love hiding and having a private place.
You can make a coloring book on the walls – it will be interesting for a child to paint not only on a paper, but also on walls (if you let do to that). By the way, there's used Washi tape.
This kind of carpet will serve an entire range of colors in a room which is neutral by its coloring.
A lego wall – an eternal game and a color play!
Several examples, how a harmonious children‘s room interior could look like: