Will you choose a themed bedroom over a non-themed bedroom that will develop your child's good sleeping habit?
It is easy to collect themed bedroom ideas for your child and select from there. You may have a cartoon character theme bedroom or a wrestling theme bedroom. But, if you want your kid to really have a good night sleep, think harder. You have many factors to consider, that at the end, you may leave out some of your themed bedroom ideas and go for the non-themed ones. Remember, promoting a relaxing sleep will improve your child's sleeping habit at an early age. If you can't think of ways to do this, check out these helpful bedroom ideas for your kid's good night sleep:
Avoid using bright colors and instead use earth tones
Bright colors do not promote sleep and tranquility. In fact, for kids, they promote active playing. They stimulate kids' mind that sleeping will become your hardest task. But, avoiding bright colors does not mean avoiding primary colors that are familiar to your kid. Use pastel colors, where primary colors are still present, such as red, green, and blue.
Use dim light
You still want bright colors for your kid's room? If you cannot give up this plan of using bright colors because you do not want to deprive your child of an interesting bedroom idea, continue on with your plan. But, make sure that during sleeping time, use dim light. With dim light, his environment will appear in subdued colors; thereby, promoting your child's sleep.
Mountain themed bedroom
So, you still wish for a themed bedroom. Think of themes that will still help your child obtain a good night sleep. Consider a mountain theme bedroom, with lots of greens. Paint the wall with high mountains, green fields, and blue skies. Make sure that the painting is soothing to his eyes. Also, buy everything (such as pillow and blankets, bedroom, and cabinet) blue and green for his room. To make variations, buy them in different shades.
Keep television away from his room
Some parents prefer to place television in their kids' room. This should not be the case. Children should not be allowed to have television in their bedrooms. They will have the tendency to watch and watch television programs until they fall asleep...but when will they stop? Remember, kids should have 12 hours of sleep.
Keep noise from entering your child's room
If you have an entertainment room, make sure that it is not near your child's room. Also make sure that it is not in close proximity to the street so he won't hear car honk.
Remember, promoting sleep and relaxation in your kid's room is far more important than having a themed bedroom. So, when you have to think of decorating your kid's room, make sure that you take into consideration if these decorations will develop a good sleeping habit. If yes, give it a go. If not, think again.