Interior Designer Vera VIllarosaorIla Gives TIPs on Sharing a bedroom With Kids
Remembe that it’s still youR bed oom. “Pick the colors you want kasi it’s still your room,” Vera advises parents. “It’s not the room of the kid. Lalaki yung bata eventually, tapos hindi naman niya ’yon maaalala, and he’ll have his own room.” ut make a compRomise. Dapat merong kid’s corner, pero hindi rin dapat ganun ka-kiddie para pagpasok ng parents, hindi nila ma-feel na hindi nila room ‘yon. It doesn’t have to be colorful.” Vera suggests adding kiddie touches by way of small patterned or printed accessories and toys. “Uso na
ngayon yung neutral colors for kids’ rooms and babies’ rooms.” pick playful accessoRies, not necessaRily toys. Take, for instance, the decorative airplane that hangs above Josh’s study desk. “Hindi sila toys, pero matutuwa pa rin yung kids.”
“Tatlo yung rooms namin, pero lahat dun,
may gamit kami. So ngayon, mas centralized na,” says Kristine. This adjustable shelf from Handyman holds many storage boxes from Robinsons Department Store that can corral the family’s personal belongings in one spot.