7 Ways to Design a Healthy Room for Kids
25
Oct

7 Ways to Design a Healthy Room for Kids

 

Designing a children’s room has multiple aspects to it. Not only would it have to look good, but at the same time, it also has to be completely stress-free as well as a comforting place for the young ones. A really safe and healthy room for kids would be much more beneficial than you might think. In the long run, it can help you to improve their mood, sleep, and relaxation. Here are a few ideas that will help you to figure out how to design a perfect room for kids:

1. Reduce the clutter in the room

It is very simple really. A crowded space is never considered to be a really healthy space. This is why it is imperative to make sure that your children’s bedroom is completely cleaned up and as free of clutter as possible. As a matter of fact, all that extra useless stuff all around the house is actually known to increase stress while reducing focus and concentration on specific tasks.

2. Use as calming a color palette as you can

Irrespective of the fact that you have to choose the ceiling or the wall color or the color of all the furniture, you have to understand that different hues typically affect your children’s moods in very different ways. For example, researchers claim that blue is definitely a relaxing color and it can help to reduce a lot of stress and tension in the nursery or the kids’ bedroom.

3. Think about sound and acoustics

Babies and children tend to be very sensitive to noise. This is why you have to pay extra attention to the level of sound exposure they have to listen to, every day. Moreover, sounds can also play a critical role in determining how soon your kids fall asleep and for how long they sleep. You should prioritize your child’s bedroom and make good and sure that it minimizes all kinds of loud and extra loud noises. The door should be thick enough to eliminate extra loud noises from your home cinema or music system.

4. Consider the material of the furniture and toys

Be very careful of the bedroom furniture in your kids’ room. The same goes for the interior, décor, and toys. It is imperative to avoid flame retardant chemicals since they are carcinogenic. They are also causative factors in the retardation of IQ, hormonal issues and learning deficits, and other issues. Lead paints are also common culprits in stunted physical and mental growth

5. Take care of lighting

All of us have a built-in circadian rhythm. This is the sleep-wake cycle and it is particularly regulated by light amongst very young children. You have to make sure that it is also shown in their bedroom as well. In other words, the daytime has to be very bright, and full of light, while nighttime should mean less light and more darkness to help them to sleep peacefully.

6. Minimize the use of technology

Technology is a very important element in the modern world. However, overdependence on technology can be more of a bane than a boon. This is why your kids’ must always have their smartphones, TVs and other high-tech items monitored all the time. Their bedroom especially should be a minimum technology zone. This is because the bright exposure to the screen will not only interrupt their sleep patterns but also make it very hard to fall and ultimately stay asleep for as long as necessary.

7. Use vitamin supplements

Apart from the importance of a healthy environment for your kids, you should also ensure that they get plenty of minerals and vitamins in their diet. You can also make sure that they are able to get adequate vitamins via fun medicines such as magnesium gummies for kids. These supplements and medicines will go a long way towards ensuring that your kids grow up to be strong and healthy, both physically and mentally as well.

Conclusion

You can create a very safe and healthy environment and room for kids by ensuring adequate vitamins in their diet. You should also take care of the lighting and sound in their room. In addition, make sure that the painting of the room is in calm-inducing colors.

 

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Author’s Bio:

Inna Atwood is an interior designer and a writer. She is young and ambitious, with a degree in architecture. Her mission is to inspire others to live their dreams and create their perfect sweet home. She also puts a big effort into working with her clients and tries to help them in the best way she can.