Keeping the Kids Happy

Redesigning and remodeling your child’s bedroom can be a daunting task.

Kids tastes are constantly changing which makes keeping up with the trends a challenge. To make your lives and the task of creating a room that your child will love a tad easier, check out the tips below for some helpful ideas of some things you can do to get started on the right track. Follow these guidelines and you are sure to have a happy camper at home!

Plan for Play

A play area in the bedroom is an easy way to keep the kids happy and let their imaginations run wild. Add a space for them to play games or dress up and they will be sure to keep busy on those rainy days inside.

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Add a Workspace/Reading Area

Creating a space for homework or reading is an easy way to make schoolwork fun and enjoyable. Use big comfy furniture for your kids to lounge and catch up on summer reading. If you have the space, a small desk area gives them the perfect homework spot.

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Chalkboard Paint

Bring an outdoor favorite inside and create a wall of chalkboard paint. Your kids can be as creative and artistic as they want without the mess of paints and markers. The best part? It comes right off.

Contemporary Kids by Beverly Hills Interior Designers & Decorators Jill Seidner Interior Design
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Custom Lofts/Bunk Beds

If space is a concern, custom lofts and bunk beds are the perfect way to maximize the space available. Create a bunk bed or loft with stairs to keep the layout and design both fun and functional. Their room is sure to be perfect for sleepovers.

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Storage Cubbies

Storage cubbies are an easy way to keep all those messy toys together and out of the way. Get your kids organized with built in shelves and cubbies to hold all their arts and crafts and toys in one place. They’ll have no excuses not to clean up!

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A space with a theme is a great way to get the kids involved in the design of the room. Let them choose a theme that reflects their interests and personality, and allow them to help pick out the décor they like best. A jungle, superhero, sports, or princess theme is sure to keep the kids happy.

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