Children’s Bedroom Design Which Inspire Learning

Children’s Bedroom Design Which Inspire Learning

Our design mission – to guarantee that your child’s bedroom is inspirational. We want to create a space which empowers young ones to love to learn, a place which encourages them to read, explore and curiously discover something new every day.  When planning a homework space, remember these five important elements:

1.  Furniture:

A small desk with storage or a coordinating file cabinet and a comfortable chair are essential.


2.  Colour:

Wallpaper or a pop of colour will give the room loads of charm. Go for colors which are timeless or add a feature wall that will add brightness.


3. Lighting:

Make sure there’s plenty of ambient and task lighting especially in your designated home-work area. 


4. Organization:

Include lots of organization and storage options like shelves, cork board, pegboard, baskets and containers to keep the space tidy and everything in its place. These fun ideas will give personality to your child’s room. Remember, we’re after creating a space that they’ll want to spend time in.

5. Personalization:

Add some items that are personal to your child’s style, like monogrammed items, a favorite color or personal wall art. These touches will transform the room into a place of comfort and will ensure that this bedroom reflects their style.



Like what you see? 

Add a designer’s touch to your little one’s space with the help of one of our favourite brands Rimobel. There are hundreds of combinations you can choose from and the beauty of this collection is that it’s not only practical and attractive, it’s also affordable. Knowing that you’ll be making a great long-term investment sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? Get in touch with the Rimobel team here and get started pronto.

Ready to dive into our homework hacks?

Here are the top three favourite tried and tested ideas. 


1. Routine, routine, routine

When you’re as busy as most parents/guardians are, a routine is a fabulous way to keep yourself and your kids on track. Establish a routine for each day of the week and try your best to stick to it. By time, you’ll realize that you’ll have a clockwork system and you and your kids are way more efficient.

2. Do YOUR homework while they’re doing theirs. 

During your children’s homework time, plan your week, coordinate your family appointments, make your shopping lists, dinner menu ideas, the works! If your kids see that you organize and plan then they’ll start to do the same.

3. Stock up on healthy snacks. 

If at an early age the concept of snacks and treats is chocolates and sweets then don’t expect your children to want anything else when they’re older. Make sure you always have fresh fun nibbles and healthy snacks for them to munch on. Enjoy knowing they’re eating what’s right.

Too much on your plate? Founder of Bdesign, B has a 3 step process which works like a charm 

If all this sounds wonderful yet a tad overwhelming we’d be more than happy to support you. The truth is, nothing beats having a designer in your corner. Give us a ring, drop us a line or chat with us on our socials FB or Instagram and we’ll organise a meeting to explain our simple three step process:

Step 1 – Consultation – establishing your time-frames, preferred style and budget for your room.

Step 2 – Purchasing – visiting our recommended outlets, confirming delivery dates, planning installation

Step 3 – Design – bringing it all together, adding unique personal touches and items to make your child’s room as great as it looks on paper.

Oh and one more thing.

Remember, the world is our greatest classroom so lead by example, be life-long learners and show your children that homework doesn’t have to be boring. Encourage them to share what they have learnt during family dinner time, promote the importance of collaboration and make their bedroom a place which is serene, cozy and beautiful.

(The BDesign Team would like to thank RLiving for inspiring us to create this content)

by Beatrice

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