Is your pre-teen currently down in the dumps because their bedroom no longer fits their growing style? Maybe you have a new baby on the way. It could be you are just ready for a change. Whatever the case, HFS Financial knows that when it’s time to redo a room, you want to get it right.
Our experts have pooled the best new ideas for kids’ rooms below to help get your creative juices flowing. And when you’re ready, we can help you finance the bedroom of your and your kid’s dreams!
1. Personalize Your Child’s Bedroom with a Theme
One of the most effective ways to create a space that truly reflects your child’s personality is by incorporating a theme.
Whether they dream of exploring the depths of the ocean, soaring through outer space, or embarking on a magical adventure, a themed bedroom can transport them into a world of their own.
Consider incorporating vibrant wall decals, bedding, curtains, and accessories that align with the chosen theme. This personal touch will foster your child’s imagination and make their room an enchanting sanctuary.
2. Customized Storage Solutions
Clutter can quickly take over a child’s bedroom, so maximizing storage space is essential while keeping things organized.
Opt for customized storage solutions that cater to your child’s needs — bookcases for book lovers, lego bins for the builders, or gaming storage for the gamers, etc.
To create a functional and visually appealing space, use under-bed storage drawers, wall-mounted shelves, and modular storage units. Labeling bins and containers can also make tidying up a fun and engaging activity for children.
You can even go crazy and look up ideas for unique shelves or storage to match your needs. Design these solutions to take up an entire wall or work their way around the room.
3. Flexible Furniture for Shared Bedrooms
If multiple children share a room, maximizing space is crucial while ensuring each child has a designated area.
Bunk or loft beds are excellent space-saving solutions that provide individual sleeping zones and free up valuable floor space.
Consider adding built-in desks or study nooks for each child, promoting a dedicated space for learning and creativity.
Utilizing furniture with built-in storage compartments can further enhance functionality in shared rooms.
4. Include Specific Interests
Find a corner, use the space below a loft bed, or repurpose the closet to house any specific interests your child may have.
Set up a reading closet complete with a theme, cozy pillows, and unique lighting to excite the book-loving child.
Create a customized art space with paint-resistant flooring in one corner of the room or crafting tables for your little artist.
If you have a computer genius or gamer, include space for the latest tech they want to have close by.
5. Think About Sensory Spaces
Finally, consider any special or sensory needs you may want to meet for your child. Adding LED lights around the room can create a wonderful lower lighting option that is still stunning to look at.
Include a hammock or swing in the corner for a cool place to hang out. You can even get multiple rugs with varying textures for your child to enjoy.
Designing a personalized and functional kid’s bedroom is an exciting endeavor that allows you to unleash your creativity. Find inspiration with all the wonderful ideas you can find on the internet, or go all out and hire a professional.
Whatever you decide, HFS Financial is here to help you fund the bedroom of your child’s dreams. After all, they are only small for a little while. Make their room a place they remember and enjoy for years to come. Fill out our 60-second rate checker to discover your financing options today.
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