While the way a home looks, tells about who the people are, the room that would generally require a number of changes in terms of decor and colour is the children’s bedroom. Sometimes, we have an idea of how it would look and change over the years, but the kids outgrow the look even before we realize it. If you are in need of some fresh new ideas, IKEA’s new catalogue is here to the rescue!
IKEA is celebrating the launch of the 70th edition of its catalogue which is filled with “how-to’s” that show how creating a better home doesn’t have to be complicated, expensive or time-consuming. It is created as a handbook that feels like a friendly and optimistic problem-solver full of smart tips, hands-on ideas and small affordable shifts, rooted in real life at home. This catalogue also comes with great answers for your questions regarding decorating your kids’ bedroom that would only require minimal changes as time passes by.
Creating the perfect space for growing kids can be tricky. This is where they spend most of their time and it needs to be cosy, smart and sustainable for years to come. If you are looking to create the perfect space for them, IKEA has all the answers for you.
IKEA has put together four examples of kids’ rooms that they and you, would love spending time in. Let’s dive straight into it!
White walls are the easiest way to start when the new member joins the family. Pops of colour and the required personality can come through on bed textile, colourful rugs or even an easy-to-change banner. Switching this lookup from a baby’s room to the future “big kid’s” room will only take a couple of simple updates to create a whole new look.
Choosing the SUNDVIK extendable bed means choosing a bed that grows along with your child. The style is timeless, the materials are durable and the details are made with care. The bed can also be extended, making it the perfect piece of furniture for the bedroom. There is room here for many beautiful dreams – and generations.
It is important to choose pleasing colours for a child’s bedroom for a clean look. Sticking to a simple palette of two colours, like this example of gold and blue, mixed with white and wood furnishings helps make the room look spacious, while also giving it a calm and uncluttered feeling. Even with a second kid, and all their stuff that needs to fit in.
IKEA is a treasure trove of long-lasting solutions and the KURA reversible bed is a great example of that. It is a bed that can flip over into a loft with extra play space underneath, just as soon as they get old enough.
What do you think of these ideas? Are you ready to give your kid’s bedroom an uplift? Do let us know! Like and share the article- it keeps us going!
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