Set up a room for a preschooler

Setting up a room for preschool children can be a tough nut to crack, but with a little inspiration you will get attractive and organized space.

 

TechniStone® tiles – the beauty that lasts!

The floors in a child’s room must endure and resist whatever you little one’s can dream up. When compared to wall to wall carpet, most prefer a practical washable floor and add only selected play areas covered with area rugs. For example, if you were to go with Technistone products you will quickly appreciate the non-absorbency ensures resistance to; staining, mechanical and chemical damage. It is also hygienic and highly resistant to bacteria. You can also combine Technistone floor tiles with floor heating systems. There are several colors and shades to choose from all of which are manufactured in three dimensions and available in 10 or 12 millimeters thickness.

 

What bed to choose?

When choosing a bed, you basically have two options. The first option is a traditional single bed, but it takes up a considerable amount of the room. The second option for consideration is the selection of children’s bed, which is about 140×70 cm in size. If you are fighting for space in the room, you can choose an elevated bed or a bunk bed. Beds are also an important storage space in your child’s room, so check that the bed contains a built-in storage space. Reclaiming dead space can also save on the number of hanging shelves and regular shelves.

Think of the work surface

Desks aren’t typically a key feature for preschool children, but it is an important factor when planning ahead. The high quality desk should include a high-quality adjustable chair that will grow with the child. Place the table near the window with a sufficient supply of natural light.

Colors and again colors

Colors have an intense effect on feelings, and this is exceedingly true for children! Usually they like very rich colors (green, orange), but try to limit them in the children’s room as these colors are distracting. On the contrary, the feeling of calm and harmony is followed by light blue or cold shades of purple. In general, it is recommended to decorate the children’s room with more dull colors, giving children toys that are colorful to sparkle their space. The room can also be revived with various accessories, such as colored bed linen with fairy-tale motives.

The last, but certainly not least, important point is high-quality lighting and it should be located in the middle of the room. If you have a lower ceiling, choose a ceiling lamp, and in the case of a higher ceilings a chandelier. The desk is then ideal for table lamps which can be moved over the table to change direction and intensity of light.

 

The material for the article was provided by these sites: www.idealhome.co.uk, www.svet-svitidel.cz, www.nabytek-eno.cz, bydleniprokazdeho.cz.