3 Tips For Renovating Your Child's Room

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3 Tips For Renovating Your Child's Room

28 March 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your child's room serves as more than just a place for him or her to rest. The room is also used for studying, playing, and sometimes a respite from siblings. When renovating his or her room, it is important to keep comfort and functionality in mind. To help you plan a room your child will love, here are some tips to remember.  

Opt for Built-In Shelving

Your child likely has books, toys, and other knick knacks in his or her room. A good way to help him or her stay organized is to install built-in shelving in the room. The shelving is a feature that grows with your child and can be used for years to come.  

The built-in shelves are also a safer option. Free standing shelves can fall over. If you have a small child, this can present a safety hazard. By contrast, the build-in shelves are firmly in place.  

Avoid Going Overboard

If your child loves fairy tales, it might be tempting to pack his or her room with castles, dragons, and other related items, but you could go overboard. If the overall theme is too over the top, your child might have trouble adapting to it.  

It is fine to choose a theme and buy some related items, but you want to leave enough room for your child's creativity to find a way to personalize the space. Keep your child involved in the decorative selections and when he or she says it is enough, step back. 

Define the Areas

Since your child's room has to be functional, you need to find ways to define the uses for each area. For instance, you can install bookshelves, a comfortable chair, and a lamp in an area and call it the reading corner.  

You could designate the play area with the help of objects, such as movable cubes. Ask your child for ideas on which areas to set up in his or her room.  

It is important to note that you do not want to cram too much in the space. Even if your child has a large room, it can suddenly appear smaller if you create too many areas.  

Updating a child's room can be tricky, but with the help of professionals, you can create a space that your child will love. Talk to your contractor, interior designer, and other renovation pros to learn what else you can do to update the room.

For more information or assistance, contact companies like chsgroup.

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I have never been much of a DIY-er, but when I moved into my first home, I decided to try my hand at a few projects. My ideas blew up in my face--badly. I found myself struggling to put wiring back together and to repair the lawn that I had butchered. Instead of trying to clean up the mess and make things right on my own, I contacted a team of professional contractors for help. They were amazing to work with. They went through and worked room by room to repair my mistakes, and it was really incredible to see the difference they made.