CHILD-LIKE CHARM [ pre-adolescnts: 5 -12 year olds]
At this stage, children enjoy having active input in the design of their room. School life adds a new assortment of items to their inventory like sports equipment, books in all shapes and sizes, bags, bottles, stationery and uniforms. They might occasionally invite their friends over to play and study, which is something you need to take into consideration as well. Your child will probably enjoy collecting objects that are relevant to their hobbies, which are more well-defined by now. Create a decor scheme that is sensitive to their likes and abilities – and most importantly – expect change.
Replace toddler-sized tables, chairs and closets with their full-sized counterparts, which can be used throughout their teenage year.
STORAGE UNDER BED
Shallow bins and boxes can be placed underneath the bed for storage. If your child often has friends over to the house for sleepovers, an extra mattress and beddings can also be kept here.
Simple yet meaningful decorative touches create character in a child’s room. Photographs can be hung in any fashion, for example horizontally, vertically, placed in frames.
Plenty of natural sunlight as well as an ergonomic desk and chair are necessary for comfortable revision and homework sessions. Make sure that bookshelves are not placed far away from the desk, as children might be distracted by their toys on the way to get their study materials.
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