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10 Scandinavian children’s room Design Ideas

Designing a child’s room can prove to be a challenge. Besides making the room look beautiful, one also needs to consider safety issues as well as space management. However, there is no shortage of ideas through which one can add character to a child’s room while considering the above concerns.

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The focal wall is meant to draw attention. Open shelves are great for putting up things that your child may want to flaunt. Other things can be stored in a desk or study table. This is extremely space efficient. A simple comic painting can make the room look livelier.

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Using white can make a small space look bigger than it really is. Open shelves are great to display small toys or curios. Plants, globes and other hanging accessories can help bring more colour and character to the otherwise simple room.

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The white walls and furniture can make the room seem more spacious. The wall filled with the alphabet gives the room a very “larger than life” dynamic. One can add more character to the room by using sober coloured cushions, sheets, etc.

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The bright and cheery wallpaper makes the room seem much more vibrant. One can address the issue of space efficiency with beds with draws. Things can easily be stored in them and even the room looks uncluttered and neat. Primary colours always suit rooms for children.

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Any little girl would love to have this pink princess-like room where she can fulfil all her childhood fantasies. Shelves and draws are a perfect way to store away things in a small room. The mirror helps in giving an illusion that the room is bigger than it is.

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The balcony and windows allow the child to have access to the outside and give them something to look at. The colourful desk and chair is meant to bring colour to the otherwise simple room. The bright painting is meant to enrich the character of the room.

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The old fashioned wrought iron bed may look very simple but the room is brought alive by the use of bright pink curtains, sheets, toys, etc. The room is made more comfortable for the child by adding a bean bag in.

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The use of colourful and bold primary colours and funky wall art adds depth to the charm of the room. It makes the room look livelier and more fun. The wall cupboards are meant to help the issue of space management.

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A colourful and animated animal mural gives your child something to look at and stimulates the child’s imagination. The best place to put a study table would be near the windows since they allow light to penetrate in. Brighten the room by using colourful curtains, sheets, rugs, etc.

white  and blue teen bedroom with study desk
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This is a great place where your child can draw, play and engage in other activities. Colour can be added to the room by using colourful rugs, lamps, clocks and other accessories. The potted plants too add a dynamic to the room. It is also safe to place plants around children.

 

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