As children grow, their needs and interests change, and it’s important to adapt their bedrooms to reflect these changes. Here are some tips on how to create a space that can grow with your child from Children’s Bedroom Experts, Room to Grow

  1. Consider the furniture: Start with the bed and storage options. Toddler beds are perfect for younger children, but you will obviously need to change your kids beds as they learn and grow. Look for furniture that is versatile and can be adapted as your child grows, such as mid sleepers.

  2. Invest in adjustable lighting: Good lighting is essential for reading, studying, and relaxing. Choose a combination of overhead lighting and task lighting that can be adjusted as needed. A desk lamp is also a good investment for when your child starts doing homework.

  3. Choose the right storage: Whether you like a traditional look or something more modern, there are plenty of options to suit your tastes.  Modular storage is a great option because it can be reconfigured as your child’s needs change. Look for storage units with plenty of shelves and drawers that can be rearranged as needed.
  4. Adapt your spaces according to age: Your spaces will need to adapt as your child grows. Cabin Beds and loft beds are ideal for late pre-teens as they use space effectively.
    Teenagers will want to use their space creatively, so think about teenage beds that can give them more space with friends as they head into their teenage years – gaming beds are perfect for creating the perfect environment to game, work and sleep.

  5. Decorate with removable wall decals: Wall decals are a great way to add personality to a room and can be easily removed and replaced as your child’s interests change.
  6. Choose a neutral color scheme: A neutral color scheme is versatile and can be easily updated as your child’s tastes and interests change. Choose paint colors that are calming and promote relaxation, such as light blue or green.
  7. Create a work area: As your child grows, they may need a space to study or complete homework. Consider adding a desk and chair to the room, and make sure there is enough lighting for reading and writing.

  8. Make room for recreation: As your child grows, they may want a space for recreation and relaxation. Consider adding a comfy chair or beanbags, cosy rugs, that can be changed as your child grows.

In conclusion, adapting your child’s bedroom as they grow is important for their development and well-being. By considering the furniture, lighting, storage, décor, and work and recreation areas, you can create a space that is both functional and enjoyable for your child.

About the author

Room to Grow is a children’s bedroom expert, supplying mid sleepers, cabin beds, loft beds, toddler beds, and more to families across the UK