Children's bedrooms can easily become overcrowded with toys, games, equipment, and collections. Every item that speaks of activity contributes to keeping the room "awake". Display a selection of comfort toys, such as stuffed animals and dolls, and store their action-orientated toys out of sight in trunks, closets and cabinets.
Siblings to sleep by: when children share a bedroom, give each child a distinct place within the room to call their own. It may be half of the room, a table and chair, a toy trunk, a closet, or a bureau. This keeps each child's individuality defined and helps them learn how to respect other people's space.
Bunks beds can be used as long as both children are happy with them.
In almost every case, the child is being over stimulated by the bedroom decor, there is a direct correlation between the epidemic of hyperactivity in our children and the way their bedrooms are decorated.
Kids can't relax in a bedroom overflowing with toys and accentuated bright primary color. We need to tuck our children into the tranquil embrace of a cozy, serene bedroom that encourages them to calm down and get the rest they need.
When choosing colors for a child's bedroom, use warm pastels or rich colors such as lavender, peach, butter cream, and cocoa.
Change art and decorative themes that are flying, falling, driving, or running around the room to a motif that is tranquil and calm. Serenity is the keynote here, when you calm the bedroom down, you'll calm your child down, too.