To decorate the nursery areas and children there are many considerations to take into account to satisfy his need to create the "WOW" factor. There are color choices to make,
painting techniques and finishes decided, needs room must be identified, discussed security issues, treatments selected window. Creating a room during your child and others like is also high on their list of priorities. All this must be done within a tight budget.
A question I often hear this debate is, "Should I use primary colors or pastel colors for my bedroom baby / child space?". Much information is available on the capacity of primary colors to stimulate the transformation and cognitive development. babies can feel the bright primary colors long before they can focus on pastel. This is a fact. Parents want to provide a stimulating environment for their children. This is also a fact. It is part the "morphing" which occurs when your child is born - goes from a selfish individual both to be totally self-sacrifice for the sake of your child - that goes with the territory of being a parent.
So instead of displaying powder blue or pink fog, you think magenta or tangerine spicy or Aegean Blue. You say that even if the rest of the house is completed in
Barely Beige, it's not like going to the first room you see upon entering the house, and you can always paint over it if you do not really love. If it's better for your baby or child to whom you're talking to yourself about anything!
After talking to other moms, read magazines for parents and chat with friends who work in child care. You hear about babies "picky" who have sleep disorders that seem to cry all the time and become toddlers who need to be constantly maintained. The words "over-stimulated" is heard and oh Once you see Pink Powder Blue and Misty like your favorite color for the nursery or children's room choice.
You had a taste of conflicting advice about raising results and provide the best environment for your child. It seems to be the way you choose - primary colors or pastel colors - it seems that your child can be a disadvantage.
Do not despair, there is a simple technique used by a professional setting that offers a solution to your dilemma. The baby's room should contain three distinct areas or zones: - a place to sleep; a work area; and a playground. In the early planning stages of your project to decorate your room baby / child, drawing room design in one part of the network, setting windows, doors and
cabinets. Then mark on the project area of sleep, work area and playground.
Contain a place to sleep or a baby bed, bedside table, maybe a lamp. It is a space designed for sleep, relaxation, dreams and rejuvenates the body and mind. It must inspire a sense of comfort and safety for your child. The sleeping areas are very suitable for soothing pastel.
A initially contains a space change diaper, diaper pail, drawers or lockers, storage products for the care of children, and a power chair that will evolve with the growth of your child to become a place where your child can develop their fine motor skills, such as baby
by drawing, painting, clay or handle construction. Your chair is a place to share the story for you and your child a place to build the magic and imagination. Work areas must be fully washable and easy to care for - that is the area of the room that you will suffer "accidents" more; baby vomit, spilled paint, clay pressed against the ground. Use neutral colors in your work area, presented with accessories that use 2 or 3 colors of the rest of the room allows you to identify and assist accident "spill" could easily happen here.
A playground for a child can simply be a place where you put stuffed animals, hanging mobiles and put aside the books. As your baby grows into a toddler that area of your bedroom can become the most
high traffic area home use. Your child will play with blocks, a doll house, make spaces "cabin" pirate games or cowboys or schools in this area. Your child will use their hands on the walls to help your physical stability while playing, and toys are constantly bumped against the walls as they develop their motor skills, fine tune, so keeping sustainability in mind when choosing a finishing wall here. Best play areas are welcoming and stimulating, and the cause
emotion and imagination. Play areas are well suited to invigorating effects primary colors.
By identifying three distinct needs of your child's bedroom - sleep, work, play - and appropriately decorated, given his son "the best of both worlds," without having to choose.
Decoration and best practices while parental options became much easier!