Parents want to give their children a warm and comfortable growth space. Similarly, we hope that all children can grow up healthily. I believe some parents have also experienced the process of decorating children’s rooms. Here I have collected some knowledge and shared give everyone. (PS: The most basic point, children’s room decoration needs to avoid environmental pollution and consider children’s safety issues.
1. Reasonably choose furniture to accompany the growth of children
When decorating the children’s room when the child is very young, many parents will choose cute furniture that is very suitable for the child’s age. However, as the child grows older, these furniture also become less suitable. When designing the children’s room, you can Instead of blindly choosing small and exquisite furniture, we prefer adjustable and moderately-aged furniture. This way, on the one hand, it can keep up with children, on the other hand, it can also slow down the update speed of furniture and save decoration costs.
2. Pay attention to location arrangements to ensure the health of children
On the one hand, the location of the children’s room needs to be ventilated to avoid humidity, and at the same time to avoid the influence of excessive wind and western sun. Too much air in the room can easily cause children to catch a cold in the spring and autumn, and for children who spend more time at home before school, excessive western sun exposure It will also affect health, so the reasonable choice of the location of the children’s room cannot be ignored.
3. Clear regional division of labor, learning and entertainment
Children’s rooms need to be clearly divided. The decoration of the learning area should be as simple as possible to help children concentrate. The decoration of the entertainment area can be more lively, which is conducive to the establishment of children’s cheerful personality and creative cultivation. In addition, children’s rooms should avoid furniture Too crowded, leave enough space for activities, give children freedom, but also ensure the safety of children’s activities.