Werknesh Vidya. kids room. April 14th , 2017.
If your child's bedroom doubles up as his playroom as well, then you need to create storage area in such a manner that there is enough space for your child to play around. A great idea could be to get a loft bed made for your child with some height and to use the space underneath as a walk-in storage space to store his toys and books. If you are worried about your kid locking himself inside the storage space, then opt for childproof locks. If you have a lot of space around the bed, then you can also create a small sitting area outside the storage space to give it the look of a tiny house with a sitting area.
Comfort and safety are two factors that you need to take care of, since your baby is unable to voice her/his opinions. So here are some ideas:
The flooring should also be considered while thinking of playroom ideas. A skid proof flooring is preferred over those slippery floors. You can still make a compromise here to save money. Lay a carpet on the floor to avoid minor mishaps. The floor could be jazzed up with glow in the dark stickers, and I'm sure your kid will find it damn attractive. Hardwood flooring is also a cheaper option, and you can clean it easily either by mopping or with a vacuum cleaner. Many contemporary designs have evolved, where the floors of kids' playrooms are stained with multiple colors.
An interesting idea is to paint some "games" on the wall and the floor. You can create a hopscotch game on one of the floor corners and a dartboard on the walls. The kids will love playing these in their spare time. Creating textures on the wall by using techniques like "sponging" will give it a unique look. You can consider painting some of the things that your child likes on the walls to make them interesting for him, such as airplanes, cars, butterflies, flowers, fairies, mountains, oceans, and the like.
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