There are lots of ideas you can pick on to make your child’s bedroom a safe haven. The challenge really is in picking just the most appropriate ideas for your child. First, you must pick on what is most important and ensures safety, security, and good health. Factors such as the age of your child, their interests, hobbies, and abilities such as the proper organization of space will also come into play when upgrading their room. If they are old enough, give them a chance to contribute ideas on what they would like for their room. After all, they are bound to be the primary residents of that space.
In this article, we’ve put together a few tips to help you make your child’s bedroom even safer. Let’s explore.
Go for better organization of space
The easiest way to start is ensuring a good organization of items in the space you have. Primarily this applies to all the furniture in that room. Items such as the dressing table, study table, a closet, or any other that you place around need to be properly organized. Leave enough space for movement.
At the same time, ensure that they are not broken or dangerously hanging in a way that poses a danger. The acronym SPEL-Sleep, Play, Enjoy, Learn may give you an idea of the most essential things factors to consider.
Stimulate the space with some color
Colors that are calm will be more favorable for your kid’s bedroom as they tend to be more soothing. Pick on pale pink, soft yellow, or baby blue as well as any other that doesn’t contrast too much. Be sure to mix and match them to make patterns that are more friendly and reflect coolness and calm. Don’t attempt too hard to mimic your kid’s favorite motorsport game. It’s not designed for calm but action, yet one of your objectives is to have them sleep soundly.
Determine the sounds they deserve
Sounds affect our sleeping patterns significantly. That’s why an alarm or a police siren will disturb your sleep to an extent you have trouble snoring again.
This being the case, it’s advisable to limit the sounds that come from outside and allow just the right ambiance for proper sleep. If you have a way of insulating the bedroom from outside noise, go for it. BabyHood advises that wood and even a carpet may also help to counter bouncing sounds.
Go Natural; It will help
Nature inspires nearly everything, and good sleep for your kid comes from a natural simulation. Choose photography of natural child-friendly sites. This stimulates their brain to be keen on detail which is good for learning. Ensure that they safely sit on the wall. The experimental nature of children may have them bringing the photographs down.
Cables and Chords
Neatness in your kid’s room involves ensuring that no loose cables and chords lay around. Remember they will also be using this space for play and you don’t want them tripping over cables and chords. Work with a professional to safely tuck away all chords, preferably within along the walls.
It also helps to caution them and train them on how to handle loose cords and cables within their room. This adds to the safety measures you have put in place
Avoid Slippery floors at all costs
Avoid slippery floors at all costs. They are not only dangerous to your kid but also to other residents of your house. This, therefore, requires that you carefully consider appropriate floor materials for your kid’s room. It is inevitable that as they learn and play, there will be spillage. How it is handled determines the outcome.
Safe Lighting and electrical appliances
Avoid table lights for your kid’s bedroom. They will probably not be as careful in handling them, posing grave danger. Instead, have ceiling or wall lights tightly fixed. By all means, ensure that the lights are out of reach, especially of your boys may want to experiment more on the source of light.
Electrical appliances such as computers should also be firmly fixed. If you choose to have them on a table, make sure they aren’t prone to easy falls. Kids aren’t too careful with gadgets, even when they are meant to add some little happiness to their lives. Ensure that all electrical gadgets observe basic safety rules.
You aren’t limited in the way you enhance safety for your child’s bedroom. It all depends on what you want to achieve, but most importantly what’s good for them. This may be a very expensive affair and you need to make proper choices from the beginning. At the same time, be observant of how they handle their space to see what works and what needs a change. It is a learning process, but you don’t need to copy and paste. Be creative