7 Home Ideas Your Kids Will Approve
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￼When it comes to designing a space to suit your child’s interest, make sure to have the right ￼balance! Create a home that is both educational and entertaining for your young ones without ruining the style of your home.
Stimulate their interest in various areas of learning using your very own furnishings. Here are 7 very inspiring homes designed for children that even adults would love to live in!
Kids love to play and you need to encourage it. Play time stimulates your child’s curiosity and imagination. Make sure your home provides this space for your kids. Be a cool mom and dad, and install indoor hammocks or tire swings to make your house more fun. Your kids will definitely be the most popular kid in school!
￼If you always worry about the mess your child makes after playing, don’t worry because there is always a ￼way to organize them. Arrange the toys in built-in shelves to give your living space more room. Storage boxes can even double as accent pieces in your home!￼
3. Artistic Flair
Some kids surprise us with their artistic talents. Keep their creative juices flowing by allowing them to ￼play around with colours, shapes, and patterns. Who knows, your child might be a budding Picasso!
4. Room for Learning
￼Remember to balance your interior design in a way that it is both educational and entertaining for your ￼kids. A unique solar system light set will surely be loved by the adults and ￼kids in your home.
￼Also, develop your children’s love for reading by keeping a book shelf filled with easy to read materials.
￼Set up a cosy and vibrant reading corner so that your kids will be excited to read. Remember, learning doesn’t always have to be so serious!
5. MasterChef Junior
Some kids develop their love for food and cooking at an early age. For them, the kitchen is a fascinating place. They enjoy playing the role of the chef while mixing the cookie dough with their tiny hands. Cooking can also hone their math and reading skills when following recipes. Cooking together is a great bonding experience for parents and kids.
6. Fun Bath Time
Sometimes, one of the hardest tasks of being a parent is giving your child a bath. Kids get messy and often ￼throw tantrums. Schedule a make-over for your child’s bathroom to make it more vibrant and ￼fun. Something as simple as a shower curtain with cool prints will make baths 10x more fun and enjoyable.
7. Open Space
￼Open spaces are great for kids who love to run around. Make sure you pull away furniture to the side to ￼ensure a free flowing space. Not only does this serve as an extended play area for your children, but also ￼the perfect venue to receive your guests and visitors. It will make your place look bigger, brighter, and more ￼spacious.
Create a fun home that nurtures creativity and learning, and your kid might just be the next Aelita!