Almost always we think about what we want for the little ones in the house is hard work. Decorating the children’s room worries us because it becomes a modeling issue. Our taste is above our son who does not yet have a well defined one.
To decorate the children’s rooms we must be cautious but not paralyzed by the doubt that things could please our children. But even if it seems a difficult thing, there are more options for children than for adults when decorating is about
Variables are multiple between colors and styles. In principle, red and blue colors dominate to attract children but do not be afraid of yellow or pastel colors that give a calmer state in infants.
Before starting, consult your child what you want is a check that should not be missing from your list. Know what your tastes are so as not to ruin your childhood or to you the illusion of your joy.
Make it feel a big person
It’s true, every age has its evolution, its meaning but believing that your child has its own space will make it mature in a way you will not believe how do you achieve it? Understanding what he wants and what his tastes are, sports, music or animated. When you know it many doubts will be clarified and he will know how important it is not only for you but for himself.
Think also about the future
Even if you dream it, your children will not always be those little children who came out of their mother’s womb. Making him play with his mind with castles and others is fine but they will not always be 5 years old. Using vinyls and pictures are easy to remove when the fashion changes.
Give her a place for her “job”
It is well that for the place you look is accompanied by the idol of your childhood. There is nothing wrong with it, quite the contrary. But if he needs to experience new things, it is best to give him a place where he can do it, a desk with his chair, reinforce his ideas and take things seriously when writing, drawing, painting or reading stories.
Save and save
Something that children hate is the principle of order, an easy practice to achieve this is to incorporate trunks, boxes with wheels and space where they can start in the order of things. Labeling things will be fine and you’ll save having to order later if he knows the right place. In addition you will give a sense of independence when it comes to dressing.
Colors matter, space matters but more than anything else (or more than anything) is that your child feels happy with what he has in his immediate environment. Nobody wants to get up and see something they do not like.