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Such facilities for children, where a child will sleep, play or do his homework, should be very cozy and comfortable. Everything should be accessible and convenient. All this is very significant and important, and therefore, it is equally important that the furniture, carpets, paintings, lamps or small decorations were placed in the nursery so as to provide maximum convenience and comfort of the room.

How to Arrange Zones in Kids Room

Play area

Play area 

Play area

A very important point in the kids room zoning is absence of sharp corners that could somehow hurt a child during his active games in the room. Therefore, the arrangement of furniture is very important to plan so that the room or play area was not crowded with furniture. This may be the center of the room, and half of the room with a free wall, which can be accommodated with sports equipment for children older than 2-3 years.

Recreation area

Typically, a recreation area for a child is his sleeper. The best option is to have this part of the room at the window or in the far corner. Often a kids bed is located near the wall, and almost never – in the middle of the room. Such part of a child’s room is very convenient to emphasize by separating it or adding some accent. Such methods can be various configurations podiums, boudoirs as stylish curtains and even a screen with a picture of popular movie stars or famous cartoon characters.

Study area

Study area

Study area

It is important to consider also the place, where your child will need to do some crafts, drawing, playing with puzzles , table designer, and later make school lessons. If a kids room is small-sized, this part can be perfectly located near the window, or under the second upper tier of the bunk bed.

The most important thing for this place is lighting. The place near the window is ideal option, as access to natural light is quite open. But if this option is not suitable for any reason, then you should provide good table lamps for your child’s desk.

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