remodeling childrens bedroom 2

remodeling childrens bedroom 2
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Ideas for Remodeling Your Kids Bedroom There are so many cool possibilities when remodeling your child’s bedroom.  This is why Pinterest has become so popular for creative moms.  Whether you want to create a calm space for your child to relax and do homework or a private place to play when friends are over, you will be sure to find ideas that express your child’s personality.  The best part of designing this space is that there are no rules.  You don’t have to worry about designing a space that is cohesive with all the other areas of you home. Add a Theme and Include Your Kids in the Designing The number one piece of advice I can give you to creating a space they will love to call their own, is to include your child in the beginning stages to make sure they love the room you design.  Incorporating a theme into the room and using bright bold colors that will bring out their personality is key.  From a sports theme to a princess castle, whatever the decision, it will be the starting point for all your creative ideas. Add Decorative Details Installing crown molding can be a nice added detail in any room.  But adding board and baton or bead board wainscoting will transform a room into a bright inviting space.  If you paint the wainscoting with semi-gloss paint, it is washable for those dirty hand prints that inevitably end up on the wall. Add Bright Colors The atmosphere of the room will be created by the color you paint your walls.  Bright vibrant colors are really popular for little girl’s rooms.  You can tie in an accent color by using the curtains or bedding as a focal point.  Make sure to balance the space and not use too many large pieces of furniture.  By accessorizing the bedroom with different textures, patterns and colors that complement each other, you will create a comfortable space that your child will want to hang out in. If you decide to redesign this space with your child, you will not only create a space that they will make memories in, the process of designing the room itself can create many fun memories as well.  Check out our bedroom design portfolio for great ideas.


Costs, materials and best practices for the example Kids Room Remodeling project will help you answer these questions. Use this information to develop a budget, bid requirements, hiring contracts and a project plan.


Double up for darkness - This child’s bedroom is so lovely. The combination of blinds and curtains looks sweet, but it can actually be really practical, too. Not only are you helping with the insulation of the room, you are also minimising the light bleed – important for if you have children who sleep best in total darkness.


Fitting a family of four into a small home can be a challenge, unless the siblings share a bedroom. That becomes more complicated when they are a boy and a girl. By splitting a room into two different bedrooms, Rebecca Woolf was able to create a cohesive feel even while having a distinct style for each of them. The end result is all about sharing, teaching siblings to have fun together and share experiences, but still giving them their own personal space.


A father reconfigured a bedroom for his three daughters aged 8, 6 and 3. To make the most of the room, he created a pod-like bunk system, that gives each girl a distinct, unique space. The triple bunk design allows for a twin bed mattress for each girl with colors chosen personally for each sleeping pod.


Moving the desk out of the bedroom makes sense for bedrooms with space constraints, like this example, as well as for siblings of different ages who share a room. An older child who needs to stay up later to finish homework won’t disturb his or her younger sibling.


On the top floor are two children’s bedrooms and an additional bathroom. This particular bedroom is quite small, so to accommodate all of the necessary storage, Henriette designed this princess bed with a built-in wardrobe and drawers. ‘The wallpaper is basically toile de Jouy, but with children’s patterns on it – children on swings and other things,’ she explains.


Educational value - Not only inspiring but educational, this boy’s bedroom features a large map of the world, encouraging endless possibilities for his imagination to run wild. Primary colours, a clean design concept and fun accents are brought together to play a supporting role to the massive mural behind the bed.


The atmosphere of the room will be created by the color you paint your walls.  Bright vibrant colors are really popular for little girl’s rooms.  You can tie in an accent color by using the curtains or bedding as a focal point.  Make sure to balance the space and not use too many large pieces of furniture.  By accessorizing the bedroom with different textures, patterns and colors that complement each other, you will create a comfortable space that your child will want to hang out in.


If you decide to redesign this space with your child, you will not only create a space that they will make memories in, the process of designing the room itself can create many fun memories as well.  Check out our bedroom design portfolio for great ideas.

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