Are you creating a room for your preschooler? Here are a few useful tips to help you achieve the perfect room for them…

Go for their color; but not exactly their age – what is your little one’s current favorite color? Does it change every week? Or does she or he stick to one color; staying loyal to it? If they do stick to a color, then it’s perfectly safe for you to use that color as their room’s theme color. Remember to keep the shade (of their chosen color) a tad adult; helping their room to evolve as they grow. If they are the type to change their favorite from week to week, opt instead to getting it all done in white; and add the splashes of color through their bed sheets, rugs, curtains etc.

Use stickers of their favorite cartoon as part of their decorations – when it comes to the furniture, every research we’ve come across lets us know that getting childish furniture is a bit of a loss. Not only will they out grow those designs, you’ll also have a harder time disposing of it. Instead, get adult furniture, and decorate it to suit their age. Sticker printing is a great option if you want custom prints sticker, like name embellishes.

Don’t forget the bedroom accessories – what are they? Clocks, paper bins, pencil stands…basically anything that will give their room a little character. If you think your stickers printing didn’t really help you make your little one’s room babyish enough, you can use these to help you enhance that. Clocks and lamps shaped like their favorite cartoon characters will thrill them! and the best part? This is easily available to you, both locally and online…

Dedicate a corner for their toys and hobbies – dedicating a corner strictly for their toys has two purposes. One, it is going to thrill them! And two, it’s a sneaky way to make sure their entire room doesn’t get taken over by toys. It could be a desk in the corner of the room, or a tent or tipi you put up in the corner of the room…and they can even use this corner for reading eventually. Make sure to have the toy baskets at a convenient distance; or they’ll get tired lugging it around…

Use the decorations to teach them something – who says you can’t learn something through your room décor? Certainly not us! From chalk board walls to magnet letters in the side of the mirror to even the alphabet or number wall stickers, you have many creative options to choose from…

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