Homes are your haven and sanctuary, somewhere to rest and relax and enjoy our surroundings. We choose neutral palettes and add and layer accessories to provide sophistication.
So why do so many parents often choose to go wild in their kids rooms?
We so often see bright hues of pink and orange, red or blue – would you paint your bedroom in one of those colours?
Pink, orange, red or blue are not restful colours!
Throw in a few of the extensive merchandising options available for favourite characters, and you have a room totally at odds with the rest of your home. One that, more likely than not, you would keep the door closed on when visitors come.
Typically, when kids get to an age of 8 or 9 they begin to develop their own sense of style and what they do and do not like.
An older child’s bedroom is the space where they can be with friends, explore interests and personalise to reflect their growing personality. Bedroom furniture has everything any growing boy or girl needs. Whether, it is their first ‘big kid’ bed, a bedside cabinet, or essential study desk furniture can be designed to cultivate a child’s imagination.
There is furniture and accessories that offer a variety of styling options that will not date as your child grows.