Myths about baby’s room

What should be the room for Your child? Should it be spacious, bright? How many igrusha should be in the nursery, what size furniture and in the end, who’s room is this? Let’s try to understand.

Myth 1. Children should be great

The space is rather a necessary condition for the student room, where there should be a place for sporting activities, office, and play area. A small child, on the contrary, is terrified of open spaces, he did not need vast carpets across the “hall” and a huge adult beds. Remember how as a child you loved to design small houses and to get under the table! In the room the baby should be above all comfortable.

Myth 2. Children’s room should be bright

Chair like a Princess, luxury hot pink crib with canopy Wallpaper with characters from cartoons and design tricks included in the process of setting the parents are unlikely to appreciate year-old kids. To boast their own bathroom, children begin in a more conscious age, such as before school friends.

The main rule of the interior for babies up to a year— no annoying colors, loud colored fluorescent lamps and psychedelic Wallpaper.

The abundance of bright colors — this is perhaps the most common myth among parents. Many visitors to our salon wonder why we have no bright furniture. They believe in a bright room the baby will be more interesting, which is not the case.

Treat with caution for colored lamps, assortment in the shops of the city. “The lighting is much better to do multilevel. Bright light is needed for an evening of games and activities, subtle, subdued for the moment of bedtime. Interesting, but not irritating to the eye wall lamps and nightlights will help to make the atmosphere magic. All children’s dreams became fairy tales.

Myth 3. In the children’s room should be a lot of soft toys

With the birth of a child will find a lot of amazing discoveries, introducing him to the world. Favorite things, objects in the room are the first sources for research. Young children love to build something, and then break, to try, to dream.

The specialists note that the development of motor skills and tactile sensations directly affects the language development of the child. Thus, infants sensory development involves familiarity with the different surfaces. Some parents are exactly those reasons give to the child to get acquainted with different fabrics — linen, wool, wood, velvet, silk. The decor of the nursery must meet the healthy lifestyle.

The taste of the child is formed from an early age and as clichéd as it sounds, with its children’s room, things and objects that surround it at the beginning of understanding the world. Therefore, it is important not to overload the children’s space. It would be better to add different objects into the interior of the room gradually. Let it grow with the child.

Myth 4. Furniture for children’s room should be “room for growth”

Often adults are guided by pragmatic considerations, buying for your baby furniture “grow”. And indeed, in less than three years, as your child’s feet hang off the bed. And knees in a sitting position resting against the table. It is very important that the baby furniture was comfortable and functional. Of course, the form of children’s furniture should not have sharp corners and protrusions. The walls in the nursery should be flat and smooth. As decoration, you can use paint or Wallpaper with light-colored Wallpaper.

If you want your child to grow up independent, it is important that the cabinets were accessible and easy to use. Welcome open shelving and catwalks. The main advantage of modular furniture is that, using elements, you can change the ambience of the room. Those parents who buy adult furniture for the child, depriving the baby to feel like a full-fledged master in your own house.

Myth 5. The children’s room for parents

Many parents, fascinated by the design of his apartment, completely forget that children are the most important simplicity and functionality. The easiest way to have those who prefer the overall style of minimalism. Child modules of a simple form with minimal decoration — the best choice of parents for security and harmonious development of the child.

Functional areas of a child must meet the physiological development of a child and not be a way of expression of the designer. The most common mistake of parents is their sometimes unconscious desire to make the nursery “by itself” or strictly entering it in the design of housing.

Very important, for example, shelves and hangers in the closet were of the same height with the child, and the chair and Desk are a convenient height. It is important not to have glass doors, which can become dangerous during sports games. Oddly enough, these seemingly insignificant nuances of character and health of the child.

Your child does not become hostage in their own home, focus primarily on convenience, comfort, safety, given his temperament and interests,” says Maria Bogacheva. A sense of ownership in children developed very strongly. If the design of the nursery is designed for a child already at conscious age, be sure to ask what your kid wants. The child should be given the opportunity to develop your own taste. The correct design will emphasize the individuality of your child.

Children’s room, perhaps the most difficult and at the same time the most interesting from the point of view of the design space. As a nursery room, undoubtedly, affects the development of children as individuals.

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