Bedrooms for children are more than a place to sleep in. it is the place where their dreams come true. Where they can choose to be anyone they want to be. Where they can go to the Moon, or to Neverland, the possibilities are just endless. They could fight with Pirates, Save a Prince, Traverse through a jungle or even have thriving business empire; all within the comforts of their bedroom. A bedroom is where children can explore the never-ending boundaries of their imagination, and as an adult it is your duty to ensure that their bedroom only helps encourage them to do this and does not hamper it. Therefore it is absolutely important that you do all you possibly can to ensure you do design your child’s bedroom in a way where they could be the person they want to be without any interference.To help you do this think of the person your child is. Their likes and interests and try find a way to capture it in their bedroom. This does not mean you have to purchase a space ship inspired bed for thousands of dollars. If you can’t afford something you do not have to do it. But there are other ways to bring space into the room. If you are good at art you could paint the room with planets and stars to enlighten your child. If the paintings are accurate then your child will not just be inspired but will also be able to gain more knowledge. If you do not have the time to do this you could gather inspiration from kids furniture Sydney. A dresser can be more than just a dresser. You could with some diy experience, make a dresser out a barrel for your little pirate. Or a book case can be made in a whimsical manner to make it more creative. It is not all about the furniture and how the room looks, space to move around matters a lot.
Try to keep furniture to the sides of the room and allow a large space to free up. One way to do this, especially if the room is not very spacious, is to use loft beds. These beds are elevated off the ground so you can utilize the space underneath as the study table, play area or anything you wish. Try to use a lot of smart furniture that are either multipurpose or have plenty of storage area which would in return free up more floor space for your child to play in.