Get inspired to create the perfect pre-schoolers bedroom. Look for inspiration in the things she loves and mix them in with her bedroom decor.
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The bed is usually the centrepiece of your pre-schoolers room. Choosing a really comfortable bed is so important for little people, it might even encourage them to stay there a little longer.
A chest of drawers are a great place to start with your decorating. Hang artwork or a shelf above your drawers.
Image: Love Mae
Adding wall decals can be so much fun. Your little one will be at one with nature surrounded by this wonderfully, whimiscal woodland scene from Love Mae.
Image Camille Styles
Create a comfy reading nook with a chair or some floor cushions. Choose your colours from soft pastels to bright bold colours. Add colour to your room with cushions, bedlinen, lighting and a rug.
You can choose a theme for your room that won’t date too quickly and by switching around a few accessories will grow with your pre-schooler.
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New bed linen is a great way to have fun with pattern and don’t be afraid to mix and match. Use boxes especially designed to fit under the bed to store toys and books.
Here are some of the latest products on the market to help you create a beautiful room for sleep and play.
Products | Pink Wire Basket Lime Tree Kids | Chandelier Zanui | Sheep cushion Land Of Nod |Sweet Dreams cushion Adairs |Bed Incy Interiors | Bunny Cushion Zanui | White storage box Freedom | Gold Ottoman Adairs | Blue Chair Brosa Furniture | Doll House Adairs
Children love to keep small collections of their favourite things. Add a shelf specifically for their collections of their most cherished items.
Pom Pom bunting is perfect for adding bright and bold colours to your room.
As a mum of three boys, I had so much fun putting these gorgeous products and inspiration pictures together.
Create a room that feels elegant and playful for your pre-schooler, you can’t go wrong.
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