Young children are already expressive, have their own preferences, and would have developed unique personalities. When it comes to their bedrooms, take into consideration their character and quirks so they can relate to the room and take pride in it. Make room for your child to display drawings, pictures and crafts that he or she has created to infuse the room with personality, too. Even better, create a reading nook or even a hiding space that allows little ones to escape into their own dreamt up worlds. As your child’s tastes are still developing, it’s best to still use freestanding furniture pieces. Consider going for built-in furniture and fittings only when he or she is much older. Children should also have easy access to their toys, so do not store them too high up as they may climb to get it. And have complete control over the lighting, as this greatly influences young children. Dimmer switches help to adjust the mood accordingly when it’s time to get up or sleep.
ANIMAL INSTINCTS Designed by Marcel Wanders, the Moooi Pet lights series features enchanting owl, rabbit and penguin table lamps. With a rounded design that is both endearing and graceful, and a frosted glass form enhanced with gold tones, each lamp is simply irresistible and will accompany your child through to adulthood.
TACTILE TOUCH Look to the Fritz Hansen accessories collection for a playful and tactile touch to your children’s bedrooms. Designed by well-loved designer Jaime Hayón, the characterful illustrations on this cushion are both creative and thoughtful.