Designing and decorating a child's bedroom is one of the most exciting rooms to take on when building your new home! It's the perfect time to create a flexible, functional room your children will enjoy through all stages of life.
It's a good idea to draw out a floor plan so you can place and size your furniture accordingly. This will let you know how much free space you will have. Typically younger children need more play room, while older children need more lounge and workspace.
Our architects and designers, parents themselves, have put together a list of practical tips for designing your child's bedroom and creating an organized space that will adapt to your growing child from cradle to college.
Since decorating your child's room provides a great opportunity for them to express their personalities and for you to learn more about their style and interests you should involve them in the design process and product selection.
The architectural angles in this lovely dollhouse bedroom are perfectly accentuated with beautiful color from Benjamin Moore's Natura® Interior, which is their most eco-friendly line of paint featuring zero-VOC.
Since your child is growing and developing from infancy to teenage years, it is important to protect their immune system from the potential health risks associated with VOCs, so be sure to paint your child's room with low or no-VOC paints and use low-VOC carpet.