Children’s Bedroom Tips

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    Looking to decorate a little one’s bedroom? Stuck for inspiration – or not sure how to combine fun style with durable practicality? Fear not – we have spoken to the experts for you and compiled a list of easy to share, tweetable top tips from the best parent bloggers in the know. From storage solutions to child friendly styling tips, discover everything you need to know about decorating children’s bedrooms below…

    Clare Nicholas, Blogger
    “Keeping kids involved in the process is key as you want them to feel happy in their rooms” Tweet This Tip

    Erica Price, Blogger
    “Choose storage solutions carefully so that they grow with the child. Younger children have bigger toys generally and bigger children smaller ones” Tweet This Tip

    Lucy Wray, Blogger
    “Keep their things at a low level and always think of how a little person would navigate and use the space” Tweet This Tip

    Jo Ebisujima, Blogger
    “Help your child to keep their room tidy by having everything labelled & set up at their height” Tweet This Tip

    Tracy, Blogger             
    “Choose fun & practical storage. Cleverly designed storage can rid you of clutter but look great too” Tweet This Tip

    Zara Walker, Blogger
    “Try and decorate for the future not just the now. They might not love Zoo animals in 2 years – decorate smart” Tweet This Tip

    Lia Billimore, Blogger
    “Planning visually always works best with children, so creating a scrapbook style mood board helps when decorating a room” Tweet This Tip

    Emma Iannarilli, Blogger
    “Storage is key. Utilise all space so that once play is finished, toys can be stored and tidied away” Tweet This Tip

    Emma Smith, Blogger at My little 3 and me 
    “Shelf alcoves & hang curtains in front for hidden storage. You can easily change them to suit the child’s age” Tweet This Tip

    Clare Nicholas, Blogger
    “Think about decor! Will they love the latest TV craze next year? Removable stickers will solve this” Tweet This Tip

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    Alice Cullerne Bown, Blogger 
    “Don’t forget, kids GROW. Keep cutesy touches to cushions, lampshades and pictures – and update as their tastes change” Tweet The Tip

    Lia Billimore, Blogger
    “Kids rooms need to reflect their personality, talk through colours, shapes, and their interests with them for ideas and inspiration” Tweet This Tip

    Tanya Snooks, Blogger
    “Create a photo wall for all the pictures that teenage girls take for her to keep track of all those memories” Tweet This Tip

    Zara Walker, Blogger
    “Simple touches like throws and cushions ensure comfort and can inject colour” Tweet This Tip

    Di Coke, Blogger 
    “Paint your nursery white and add colour with bright textiles, blinds and wall stickers, which are easy to change as your child grows” Tweet This Tip

    Alina Isaev, Interiors Blogger 
    “Make it modern with a multifunctional bed so your children can work, play & sleep in one place!” Tweet This Tip

    Lucy Wray, Blogger
    “Fire up your child’s imagination by painting a beautiful mural or creating exciting play spaces like dens and hideouts” Tweet This Tip

    Jo Ebisujima, Blogger 
    “Have a home for everything to make tidying up easier, baskets and buckets work well with all ages” tweet-this-tip

    Emily Foran, Blogger 
    “Create a cosy reading corner for your child to settle in and get lost in a book.” Tweet This Tip

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    Tanya Snooks, Blogger 
    “For a teenage girls bedroom it should have plenty of storage space, little pots for make-up and a spice racks for nail varnishes is always a good idea” Tweet This Tip

    Daniella Abraham, Blogger 
    “Spend the majority of your budget on good quality storage that can grow with your child and their needs as they themselves grow” Tweet This Tip

    Zara Walker, Blogger 
    “Keep kids room simple & relaxed, a place to sleep, read and keep calm” Tweet This Tip

    Jo Ebisujima, Blogger
    “Less is more on the toy shelf, rotate toys rather than have everything available at once” Tweet This Tip

    Lia Billimore, Blogger 
    “Try to remember that it’s the child’s growing space, not a showroom!” Tweet This Tip

    Lucy Wray, Blogger
    “Create a hand carved treasure box with crystals inside or a nature shelf for them to display their own special finds” Tweet This Tip

    Zara Walker, Blogger 
    “Gentle lighting at bed time signals very clear changes between busy time and bed time, invest in a lamp” Tweet This Tip

    Di Coke, Blogger 
    “Use a light with a dimmer switch – it’s great for night feeds and toddlers who are scared of the dark” Tweet This Tip

    Emily Foran, Blogger 
    “If theming a child’s room, keep the characters to soft furnishings that can be changed as quickly and easily as their minds.” Tweet This Tip

    Sarah James, Blogger
    “When kids share a room it’s important that they feel they can ‘own’ a bit of the room, add a shelf for them to display their prize possessions.” Tweet This Tip

    What is your best children’s bedroom interior tip? Tweet them using #KidsBedroomTips

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