For a child, their bedroom is more than just a place to sleep, it serves as the place to do schoolwork, play games, daydream, and stockpile toys.
The results are in! With teenagers getting their grades in either A Levels or GCSEs it’s all change at home. Whether your teenager is heading off to university or gearing up for a few more years of studying, it’s best to create a place which works equally well for working hard and playing hard.
The Christmas season is in full swing and it’s time to get into the fabulously festive spirit and pick out the perfect presents for your friends and family.
Young children respond instinctively to primary colours, but don’t limit yourself to so few shades. Neons, pastels or even white will work equally well, so long as there is lots of texture and things to play with!
A child’s bedroom is where they work, rest and play, so take the time to create an environment which inspires them.