Children have a gifted imagination that spurts creativity. It is only fair that their room is designed in a manner that reflects their ingenuity. Therefore, designing their rooms can be one of the most difficult parts of decorating your house. Their affinity to adaptability, impressionable nature and changing tastes create a challenge for parents who want the best for their children. To accommodate their evolving preferences, you need to select a decor that will be functional yet ever so stylish. One of the easiest ways to do so is to incorporate decorative laminates in the room.
Decorative laminates offer myriad
benefits that can offer you the opportunity to let your creativity run wild as
you endeavour to design a stand-out room for your child. They are easy to
install, are very low maintenance and are available in every shade, hue,
texture, finish and type you can imagine. So, let us explore a few design
possibilities with our award-winning range of CenturyLaminates that your kids
are sure to appreciate.
A Neutral-Coloured Room
Use of neutral colours and designs can create a sense of serenity and calm. During the formative years of a child, they undergo a series of physical, mental and spiritual developments that can flourish if provided the right stimulus. Neutral shades create a peaceful environment that encourages reading, writing and other activities by providing a tranquil aura. Use light coloured laminates in cool tones to create alluring designs.
A Room that Exudes Flamboyance
If you want to create a room full of happy and good vibes for your child, design a room in bright colours. Use two or more solid coloured laminates as a surfacing solution for the furniture in the room to create a mosaic of eye-pleasing shades and texture. A room designed in lighter, lively hues will make the child feel upbeat from the moment they wake up. Match their flamboyance with the shade of the laminates and they are sure to appreciate your sentiments.
From Lucida range of laminates
From Silk Tuff range of laminates
Best of Both Worlds
For the really creative parents, decorative laminates present an opportunity to go all-out. Mix and match and create a holistic amalgamation of colours, textures and finishes to create a truly unique and inspired design. Mixing light shades with darker shades add depth to a room. Alternating between high-gloss laminates and matt-finish laminates will set the design apart and impress not only your child but also your friends and family who visit the room.
There is no rule of thumb when it comes to designing a child’s bedroom, but there are certain tips that if kept in mind, can come handy:
Use decorative laminates in light, pastel shades to make a smaller room look spacious. These light coloured surfaces reflect light effectively, giving the appearance of more space than there is.
Accessories the room by adding in decor elements that double as functional items. For instance, you can install a white marker board, a specialty laminate, in your child's room to let their journey towards self-learning and exploring begin. This makes CenturyLaminates White Marker Board (Design number 101) and Steel Green Chalkboard (Design Number 281) a perfect accessory for your child’s room!
If you decide to house your children in a single room, ensure you are giving all the kids the access to similar designs and décor. This plays a vital role for your child’s psychology.
Design an unforgettable room for your child by thinking your design decisions through. Take your time before arriving at a consensus on which laminates to choose. Browse through our website for design inspiration, information on laminates and more!
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