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Ideas For Furnishing a Child’s Bedroom

by Mary Nielsen 05/05/2019

When your kids wake up each morning refreshed and relaxed, their whole day is already off to a good start. Your kids’ bedroom plays a significant role in getting the sleep their body needs, but it’s more than just a room for sleeping. It’s also a place where they can unwind with their peers, so it needs to be cozy and neat. Give your kids the gift of a sound sleep by making their bedroom a pleasant retreat after a stressful day.

Make their stuff reachable

To help your kids stay comfortable and organized, make sure they will be able to reach their toys and other things they use daily. Your kids will use their closet storage and coat racks if they can easily reach them.

Bring their Cartoons closer to them

If your kid loves a specific cartoon or show, you can add a painting of their favorite animation or superhero characters like sponge bob, Dora, Peppa pig, etc. Doing this will make the room more friendly and unique.

Decorate the ceiling

You can add a painting of stars and a moon on your kid's ceiling. Using glow in the dark paint will give them joy when they turn out the lights at night. A cityscape at the edge of the room is a good idea too. If your kid is a lover of nature, you can bring the outdoors into the room by hiring an artist to paint different colored leaves and birds on the wall.

Make them multi-functional

As your kids grow, their room will need to accommodate a study desk, and more storage spaces for books and of course medals and trophies if you have a competitive kid. Buy multi-functional pieces of furniture that feature desk space with plenty of storage.

Good lighting

Be sure to incorporate multiple types of lighting in your child's room. Overhead lights and a reading light are both essential. A reading light is not only for studying. It can help your little one get to the bathroom in the middle of the night.

Keep their bed simple 

Your kid's bed should look cozy and simple, don't stuff in too many pillows. A single pillow and their favorite teddy by the corner is just perfect! 

Your kid's bedroom should make them happy

When furnishing your kid's room, let them voice out their opinion too. Rather than giving them, bold color like Yellow or orange, give your kids the chance to make their color choice. Handling the whole process is a bad idea, your kids to should be a place of solace and not where they would feel uncomfortable.

About the Author

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Mary Nielsen

 Mary Nielsen, is a leading real estate broker in San Antonio and owner of Perfect Home Realty.  Her real estate experience started as a young child working with her father, a real estate agent and investor. She settled in San Antonio long term in 2011 and entered sales full time in 2013. Mary holds the Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Counsel of Residential Specialist (CRS), Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI), Military Relocation Professional (MRP), & Historic Home Specialist (HHS) titles, Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Master of Arts (MA) in counseling, and Master of Engineering Science (MES) in Computer Science. Mary serves on the REALTOR® Image & Community Outreach committee and is a participant in the 2019 Texas Realtor Leadership Program.  With Mary’s history and experience with 8 moves around the country, she has a particular passion for families in need of relocation and people searching for new home construction. Mary has helped 80+ families with $14 million in sales. Mary has personally invested in real estate since 1997. She has built a personal single and multi-family home portfolio of over $2 million in value, and is partnered in two apartment complexes totaling 417 units. She is a regular volunteer with Texas Ramp Project, Animal Defense League, and Haven for Hope. Client education & consistent communication are cornerstone to her business. Mary Nielsen is ready to be your trusted full-service real estate consultant.