Child’s Room Decoration

The children’s room decoration should be in agreement with their taste and perfect enough to be use until their school-age. Therefore, in designing it, known the child is a vital task. Children, mostly at age 7, live in their own world and imagine it as they want not as it really is. This is why the architect must design it due to his knowledge of the child.  Architecture affects the traditional life through conceptual differences and these encounters reveal all the hidden concepts.

Child’s room decoration:

The overall form of Child’s room decoration originates from unique, outstanding, and stimulating elements representing his emotions. The geometric shapes consider the perception behavior of the child and prevent their mind from being filled with various concepts. Children’s paintings talks about their imaginations. They accurately and completely (as the user) accept the environment and express it in detail in their drawings.

Children like to talk about their room. They make important points and comment on color of the room, the walls and furniture, and want their decision to be accepted about these subjects. So children will make the designers’ job easier. This hypothesis will be the foundation which will give rise to a childish conception of architectural forms and its own index, such as what is expressed by the child: similar to fish, head and eye, like a boat but without a pit.

The children’s room is their territory. It is like an enormous world to them in which they play, daydream, read, and constantly moving and responding to their curiosity by playing in their own world. So, the environment should be in accordance with their inner feelings and arise their curiosity. Therefore, the best places for children are colorful, absorbent, busy but tidy, energetic but relaxing and yet safe. It is only by precise planning that this theory will work. By considering the following elements, we will be able to create an appropriate environment for them.


Observe the following principles in designing child’s room

Consult: Talk to your child and find out about his interests. Check out his unique attributes carefully and find out how she likes to beautify his environment. Children should help to create their own environment, so they learn, become responsible and try to foster the quality of their existential talent.

Scale and furniture: The interior design of the space that meets the children’s conditions depends on the proper recognition of their characteristics. The physical and psychological characteristics of children in different stages of development are the basis for designing their room. Size of the table, chair, toilets, as well as the proper height of the door handles, washbasins, etc. are essential. If the space and its objects are commensurate with the size of children, they can easily use their spaces and equipment.

Space Divisions: The child’s room should be designed in a multipurpose way, and since they use their room for many activities alongside rest and sleep, they call for their particular divisions and realms. Such as a space for exploration and exciting games as well as the entertainment space. The playing area should be designed next to the child’s resting space. Equipment needed for their games include: shelves and chairs, playroom, etc.


Limitations: The child is curious and inquisitive at this age and they do not have any knowledge of danger. Therefore, shelves help the objects such as bottles and medications be safe and out of reach, and also the place looks organized.

Colors: Bright colors are great for kids. Use a colorful wallpaper or bright color for the walls and add texture to them. We can highlight the borders and edges of the wall and use clouds and stars on the ceiling.

Children love colorful and glowing colors, but you can also set color fringes on each wall. Charming and shining colors inspire children’s imagination and encourage them to be creative. Also, the use of cartoon characters on bright walls of small rooms can be very helpful.

Brightness: Natural light has a positive effect on children. In other words, dark rooms with artificial lighting will have a negative effect on them. Therefore, choosing the style and light level in their room is important for concentration, reading, writing and relaxation. The effect of lighting at night on their mood is also considerable.

Windows: Windows’ direction is important. The northern light shines through it and brings joy to the child.

The children love the windows that are easy to look out through, so that they do not have to struggle. On the other hand, children follow the sun through window, until the sun sets and they end their activities. Through these elements, children play around and they use their imagination to create their own world. Hence, by acting and responding and creating curiosity, we will be able to make him think. Creating action will open a new world to him and will encourage him to recognize his surroundings and his mysterious world as much as possible. As the architecture and its elements that stimulate the movement and encouragement.