Tips on interior design of a child’s room

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When it comes to designing a child’s room, safety is always on the top of our list. We want to create a safe environment for the kids to play and explore. We also want to avoid any hazards that could hurt them.
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Safety is paramount in any home, but it’s even more important when you have children. Children can be curious and reckless, which means that they need to be in a safe environment at all times. When designing a child’s room, there are a few things you need to consider. So how do you ensure that your child’s room is safe? Here are some tips to keep in mind.

Even if it is just for a few minutes, children need a safe space where they can play and explore without worrying about being hurt by sharp edges or electrical cords. When it comes to lighting, opt for a soft, diffuse light source that will not hurt your child’s eyes. Installing the correct lighting is essential, as it will allow them to see without hurting their eyes. Don’t forget about night lamps. Pick one that has soft diffusers on it so it will be easier for your child’s eyes and they won’t be afraid of sleeping at night with the night lamps on.
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All switch points should also be covered with a protective pin so their small fingers won’t touch electrical items by accident.

Installing window latches and blinds that are safe for children is another important step. Strangle hazards happen when they play around with string on blinds or window latches, so make sure these things are properly covered and/or removed from their reach.

Rugs in the room must come with anti-slip stoppers so they don’t slip while playing on them. Avoid installing sharp edges on furniture and chest of drawers in their rooms, as these can cause injuries if they fall on them or against them accidentally.
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When you’re designing a child’s room, it is important to remember that kids are not little adults—they have different needs and tastes. The next step is to create zones that are specially designed for them. For example, you can create a playing toys zone, an art craft zone, and even a sleeping-in zone where they can learn responsibility since they are young. It is also important to get furniture that fits your child’s size—it makes them more comfortable, which helps with their physical development and wellbeing.

You can also request to paint the walls with paint that is washable and free from VOCs (volatile organic compounds), which is better for the environment and safer for your child if they happen to ingest some.

You have made it to the end and that is great! We have shown you how to make your child’s room a dream come true. You are clearly a person who appreciates beautiful things and the effort that goes into creating them. If you liked this article, make sure to follow us on Instagram @studio_pandan to see more of our designs and get a sneak peek at what we are working on next. We will be releasing new articles every Wednesday in our blog, so make sure you don’t miss out! If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to reach out at We would love to hear from you!

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