You should always consider space planning when you're designing a children's room. This is so important because it's all too easy to get things to 'clash' when you have small children in the house. For example, your little boy is often not happy with the way his room is decorated to your daughter may prefer her room to be more 'free' but is often unaware that there are limits. The best way to avoid this is to do lots of research and, if you need help, talk to your decorator.
It may be difficult to furnish a kid’s room properly but you should try to make it as appealing as possible. Keep in mind that the purpose of this room is for your child to have fun so try not to spoil it for them. You can go for themes such as princess or favourite characters such as Winnie the Pooh. You could also add toys that your child will love which may include soft toys, activity books, mobiles, dolls, or something else they may find intriguing. Don't forget to have some relaxing music playing and maybe a DVD player so that you can watch films together.
It is also important for you as the parent to use this space in a positive way, as this will encourage your child to be more independent. Let your child have some space of their own to play with toys and play with other children, but don't let them get too carried away. You should also bear in mind that your child is young and learning. Childrens space is there to help them grow and discover who they are. Don't make your child feel too grown up and lose the experience.
Make sure that you don't force your child to do things, and do let them have some breathing space when they are having a little bit too much fun. If your child starts to become fidgety and restless then it may be a good idea to take them out for a short break. You can also play with your child and keep them entertained in the space by using your imagination. This will keep your child engaged in what they are doing and may make them think more clearly.
Another great idea is to set up a craft area in the children's space. There are many craft accessories available which could be made from things found around the house, such as bits of paper, beads, bits of paint and wooden toys. Try to not only encourage creativity but also physical exercise as this will give your child a healthy feeling and keep them feeling healthy and happy.
To create an enjoyable children's space, you should also be sure to keep the space clean. Many craft items can be cleaned with a damp cloth. If you want to really create a magical space for your child then why not make a space for fairy tales? Fill the space with soft toys such as felt balls, tiny feather Boas, rattles and colourful teddy bears. You can also add some games to the space such as a space race, where all the children's race from one space to another until they reach the end of the age. Fairy tale themed craft days can also be a lot of fun for young and old alike.