Décor changes to make your apartment kid friendly
If you have sloppy little ones who scurry around the house keeping you up on your toes at all times for their safety or preventing the destruction of your pretty dwelling, we’ve got a customized list to ease your parenting without sacrificing your décor needs. Can beauty, safety and kids go together? Absolutely yes! So follow our décor tips.
Pull a pouf
Poufs are soft, absolutely durable comfy for both adults and children. Get your pointy, wooden chairs off the reach and replace them with poufs that match just right with your décor. Pastel or print, pick your pouf!
Let your home décor reflect every member’s presence. Frame your child’s masterpiece up on the wall to encourage them to create more art for the wall, not on the fall.
Family organization section
As a parent, maintaining the balance between kids and home care can be task. But, your décor could work in your benefit and aid your kids to be more systematic in organizing their stuff. You can even avoid the petty sibling fights by separating their spaces and marking their personal territory.
We empathize with the pain of stepping on a Leggo or the brawl kids could create with their lost toys. Exactly why, make a space under the table for your kids to store their toys and even use the table to play their board games, paint or just knead the clay. You could call it the toy table!
Prevent the bathroom mess
Kids can be chaotic and how! Usually bathroom is one space you stack up your necessities and the last thing you want is your kid ruining the perfectly dry tissue roll, squashing out all the toothpaste or even worse- hurt himself with a razor. It’s not necessary for you to push up all your stuff away in some corner but simply create racks that are way above the reach of your child. Simple and stunning!
More than often kids run around the house, lose their balance and then there goes the waterworks along with the bruises. Keep your babies safe by letting them have their own playtime. Just cover your home with carpets which add texture to your décor and are soft for children.
Knifes and kitchen are a parent’s worst nightmare. To keep your children away from knifes and scissors in the kitchen, build an efficient drawer out of their reach which will not keep them away from there but keep your kitchen organized and prettier.
We hope you have an exciting summer with kids frolicking around the house this summer.