One of the most important stages in the initial design of a boy’s bedroom, is to involve your son in the design process as much as possible. Sit with your son to discuss what is in his mind about the dream bedroom.

Of course adjusted for your child’s age. At the age of three, most children already have a preference for what color they like the most. At this age, they generally already have a description of the theme of the dream bedroom.

Another way to get started is to have them look at some photos of children’s beds available online, and have them show examples of attractive bedrooms.

Usually boys prefer the main colors that are bright and bold. Superhero action figures are often liked. But there are also those who dream of pirates, dinosaurs, construction themes, cars, trains, planes, even about space.

The design of bedrooms for children also involves the motif of bed linens. In the future, there is usually a desire to change the design of the bedroom. And the simplest way is to change the bed sheet motif.

It is highly recommended to pay attention to the size of the bed to be purchased. If this boy will soon have a younger brother, then consider buying a bunk bed. It doesn’t have to be a high-rise, just a sliding model.

(sliding model bedroom)

For colors, use bright colors for the walls. Bright colors on the walls greatly facilitate modification of the room.

Art work is also fun to put in a children’s room. There are many works of art available for small children’s rooms that can be purchased online.

Artwork in the form of photos, posters, stickers and wallpapers have thousands of options to choose from. If they are looking for cowboys, horses, trains or cars, just type on Google.

Vector images are very good for cartoon characters. If you are familiar with Adobe Photoshop or similar programs, you can change the colors in an image, add text (such as names or quotes of inspirational words), or collect collages using multiple photos.

 

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