Designing Your Young Prodigy’s Bedroom

Posted on Aug 31 2015 - 4:59am

BedroomEvery parent dreams of seeing their child succeed in life. A kid with prodigious intelligence and skills is a source of pride for every family. Attending to their needs, however, can be difficult, as they are usually way ahead of their age. This is especially true when it comes to their bedroom.

You need to make sure that the configurations of their private space will suit their interests. Moreover, their room should be conducive to learning. Here are some bedroom design ideas for your talented young ones.

For Kids Who Idolise J.K. Rowling or Roald Dahl

Young literary geniuses think and dream of building worlds using words. They read and write a lot. Given that, a desk with lots of room for their books would be a smart choice. A separate bookshelf should have a spot in their room in case their collection grows bigger. Paint the room in neutrals for a calm and relaxing vibe, which is conducive for reading. Boardwalk recommends installing interior shutters that will help set the right atmosphere for daytime reading.

For Kids Who Want to be Like Newton

Does your child have a special interest in science? For your young Newtons (or perhaps Einsteins), a room filled with science things will surely perk them up. Wallpaper featuring the solar system will help set the mood. Models of animals and planets will make good displays. Keep a separate shelf trophies and mementos of achievements.

For Kids Who Always Listen to Bach and Handel

For a kid’s room that doubles as a music room, the walls and ceilings should have acoustic panels. You can use wallpapers with prints of notes and musical notation symbols. You may fill the room with posters of your child’s favourite composers or bands. Surround sound speakers will help set an ambient mood during bedtime.

These are only some of the things to keep in mind when designing your kid’s bedroom. When working on projects like this, get your kids involved by allowing them to decide on some important things, such as paint colours and displays.