5 ways to brighten up your child’s bedroom
Children can spend a lot of time in their bedroom, so it’s important to make sure the space is as inspiring as possible. A brighter room will not only make your child feel safe and comfortable, but also allows them to be able to learn and play happily.
Here are 5 ideas to brighten up your child’s bedroom.
Splash of paint
Repainting your child’s bedroom can instantly change the atmosphere and brighten up the room. Whether this is all over or just one statement wall, a splash of paint will help bring a room to life. The idea is to brighten up your child’s room, however it’s important to keep the room calm and a peaceful place for them to be able to sleep and play nicely, so why not incorporate more vibrant colours with their bedding or room accessories?
Pop of colour
A great way to add some colour to your little one’s room is by including some fun and colourful accessories. Pinterest is a great way to find children bedroom inspiration, showing you lots of different ways to add a splash of colour to a child’s room is with vibrant accessories, from alarm clocks and rugs to cushions and lamps.
Your child’s surroundings can have a huge impact on how they grow and develop, allow your child to be as creative and imaginative as possible with a themed bedroom. This doesn’t mean you have to redecorate, by just adding a couple of accessories such as themed lamps, bedding or wall art will make the space look like a whole new room!
Create more space
The more space, the larger and brighter a room looks. Children furniture brands such as Ollie & Leila sell cabin beds that offer you the perfect space saving solution. With raised single beds and a vast storage area underneath, there’s plenty of play space or you can include features such as a pull-out desks, chests and shelving. Sorted!
Imaginative lighting can bring a magical feeling to any space, as well as offering alternative lighting to natural sunlight. Brighten up your child’s room with a string of fairy lights, or choose a statement light to welcome a statement to any room.