Creating your bedroom design ideas for your children’s room should receive just as much thought and attention as designing nay other rooms in the house.
I need my own space’ is a familiar cry of the late twentieth century. But very rarely do we relate this lament to our children’s lives. We are so often tempted to relegate them to the smallest rooms (where there is, in theory, less room to make a mess) and somehow we don’t imagine that their little lives could possibly be so full of confusion and clutter as to require a well-thought-out, organized, private space all to themselves.
We forget about the pressures brought on by bickering brothers and sisters, the claustrophobic life of the school room and the confrontations of a competitive playground, not to mention the constant attention of parents who ‘don’t understand’.
If children are to survive and to develop into sane adulthood, they need all the help we can give them and if, by allocating them their own special quiet space, we can help this along, then so much the better.