Help spur your child’s imagination with an area tailored to suit their individual needs and interests. How you style their bedroom aids development, so make sure it’s fun and functional.
If you’re like me, you always end up overfilling your child’s room. I love lots of playthings, decorations and beautiful bedding – not to mention bright and over-the-top colours. It’s very important to be introduced to plenty of vibrant shades from a young age, whether it’s on the walls or with the toys and ornaments in the room. Make sure to choose a fun curtain fabric that your child can enjoy as they get older – even if you go with a range of more generic, yet standout patterns, as the cost of fabric and curtain making can be expensive. Storage space and areas of display are other must-have features. When purchasing furniture, put some serious thought into those essential pieces, as they can be very pricey.But if you get quality and versatile items, you may find they last for your child into their teenage years.
madder & rouge madderandrouge.co.nz
The fairy shop thefairyshop.co.nz
The Garden party thegardenparty.co.nz