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Decorate your child’s bedroom into a room that is built to last

You can spend a lot of money decorating – especially when it comes to decorating your child’s bedroom! At first the room tends to reflect your tastes, but as they grow older, their hobbies, interests and ideas will change and they’ll want this to reflect in their bedroom.

As a parent, if you want to avoid this costly experience – it’s important to invest early and build a space that is likely to last a lifetime – or at least until before they start secondary school!

Here are three things to consider if you want to create a room that is built to last through their most important years.

  • A colour scheme for all ages

This is one of the most important aspects of decorating your child’s room, once you’ve decided on the colour, only then can you decide on the rest of furniture to make sure it matches. Timeless stripes or swirls will easily carry your infant through their adolescent years.

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  • Storage – built to last

We all know what kids are like – they’re messy and as they get older, the amount of toys they collect over the years will only grow. Therefore as a parent it’s important to invest in some sort of savvy storage solution that not only makes the most of awkward spaces, but also looks good. The beauty about the modular Shelfstore system is that it is built to last and you can keep adding to the system.


  • Decorations that aren’t permanent

Your child’s tastes are likely to change over the years – therefore the decorations you use should be ones that can be easily updated. Things like hanging frames, pop up shelves can be easily added and removed in order to add personality to that room.

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Remember when decorating you want items that are good quality, timeless and functional – things that can easily be added and are just as easy to remove. Happy decorating!



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