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Ideas for decorating a kid's room

Sheila Byers Sheila Byers
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How do you furnish a child's bedroom ? To begin, you need a bed, a wardrobe and a desk. Unlike an adult’s bedroom however, children’s rooms often need large open areas for play. The furniture should be functional as well as decorative in order to feed the imagination of your children. Ideally, your child’s room should be a reassuring place in which he or she can freely express himself or herself, develop identities and simply discover the world. With that in mind, today we have prepared a selection of functional and imaginative children’s room furniture.

A house bed

Children love to play house, and they also enjoy having spaces that are their own little areas. Sleeping in their own cabin would be a dream of many children, and with this house bed, they can play and dream under their own roof. With wheels on the bottom, this bed is designed to be mobile, allowing it be easily moved in order to create more play space on the floor. In addition, below the mattress are three drawers for extra storage, a great place to keep all those toys that seem to end up everywhere! Fun and flexible, this piece of furniture will be highly appreciated by both children and their parents.

Rabbit light

 Nursery/kid's room by Design-Danaë
Design-Danaë

The Rabbit

Design-Danaë

What's cuter than a lamp with big ears? This rabbit will brighten up the imagination and provide a handy nightlight for those who aren’t quite ready to sleep in the dark. The simple design allows light to diffuse through the eyes, nose and mouth of the friendly rabbit. This is a piece that perfectly fulfils the requirements for kid’s room décor: it is functional, but also playful.

Wall decor

The way that you will decorate the walls is one of the most important things to consider when designing a kid’s room. Use lots of colour and engaging prints. Using murals on the walls can stimulate the imagination of a child and make her room feel comfortable and safe. Thus it is important to pay particular attention to these decorations. Here we see a tropical design that will allow your child to travel thousands of miles to the jungle to meet wild animals and have many adventures.

Play and work

For children, play is important work, so why not give them their own little office? This eco-friendly work table provided plenty of space to draw, read or play. All natural and recyclable materials were used for the realization of this movable table. The result is amazing!

Balloon time

 Nursery/kid's room by contact317
contact317

Horloge montgolfière bleue

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Prairymood is a concept store that offers ecological products for children from 0 to 8 years. The online store chooses from Green brands to stock its digital shelves with the friendliest products available. Here is a fun clock made of bamboo, an environmentally responsible material. Your children will be captivated by the extraordinary design of this timepiece, which resembles a balloon lifting up into the sky. In the basket, a little rabbit pokes his head out, perhaps a friend of the lamp above!

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