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I need my own space' is a familiar cry of the late twentieth century. But very rarely do we relate this lament to our children's lives. We are so often tempted to relegate them to the smallest rooms (where there is, in theory, less room to make a mess) and somehow we don't imagine that their little lives could possibly be so full of confusion and clutter as to require a well-thought-out, organized, private space all to themselves.
We forget about the pressures brought on by bickering brothers and sisters, the claustrophobic life of the school room and the confrontations of a competitive playground, not to mention the constant attention of parents who 'don't understand'.
If children are to survive and to develop into sane adulthood, they need all the help we can give them and if, by allocating them their own special quiet space, we can help this along, then so much the better.
The thought process needed for the planning of children's rooms is very similar to that required for living room designs as well. First naturally come the practicalities: the activities to cater for, the storage to accommodate and comfort and security to attend to.
Then there are the aesthetic considerations - also very important. Who, for instance, cannot recall the wallpaper of their room of formative years? So pause a moment to think before reaching for that book of clown wallpaper prints. Careful planning before you start decorating will ensure that your child will be safe, comfortable and happy.
What activities is your child likely to perform in his/her room? To name but a few - sleeping, eating, playing, craftwork, study and, last but not least, entertaining. It is a good idea to create separate areas for each activity so that the child who may spend many hours in this one room has some contrast between the different activities and so that 'messy' areas do not intrude into other parts of the room - though this, of course, will depend upon the space available.
If two are to share one room, efforts should be made to allocate specific areas for each child which 'belong' to him/her and for which he/she is responsible. This will help to encourage growing children to feel more responsible for their room in the future.
To start your interior bedroom design plan you should choose the fabrics first along with the base wall color. One the fabric and color is selected then you can select the furniture that matches. For wall coverings, you do not need to purchase expensive artwork. If you or someone you know is a photographer then choose some unique photos to cover the walls. If you or someone you know is an artist then maybe you can hang some of their artwork in a nice frame. Now you will have wall hangings that no one else will have.
When doing your interior bedroom design the flooring in bedrooms should never be tile, marble or granite. Use wood or carpet for bedrooms, you do not want an ice-cold floor in the morning. Carpet would be the warmest but wood is also a popular choice for bedroom flooring. To avoid clutter in the bedroom try extra cabinets or storage spaces in the bedroom. If the closet is big enough, put some extra storage or shelving in the closet.
Another tip for interior bedroom design is to choose the same color and fabric for the bedcovers and curtains. Many people like to have very dark curtains to keep out the morning sunlight. An alternative to dark curtains against light colored walls would be to have two layers of lighter colored curtains instead of one dark colored curtain. If the bedroom is a small room, consider using mirrors on the walls to give the appearance of a larger room.
Lighting options for interior bedroom design include the usual light in the center of the ceiling. Additional lighting includes lampshades and even pin lights to create different patterns of light. Remember that you spend about a third of your life in the bedroom, therefore it is your private personal space so the room should be the most relaxing room in your home. You also must have a good mattress and pillows to go along with the relaxing atmosphere of the room.
I hope that you will have created a room plan and followed it. Placement of the bedroom furniture is the main reason for creating a plan. If more than one person uses the room, then access to the double bed is required for both people. Thus, it should not be placed in a corner of the room.
If the interior bedroom design requires that electronic devices such as a television need a stand and access to wall sockets then your plan must consider this. I hope that this will put you on the path to a successful bedroom interior design.