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5 Tips for an Amazing Kid Space (+ Giveaway!)

Style and furnish your child’s bedroom to allow him to grow and mature without having to redo his room every year or two. I’m partnering with Brentwood Home to offer you some fabulous tips and products to create a kid space that your child can grow into.

5 Tips for an Amazing Kid Space

Decorating my son’s bedroom has been a challenge from day one. When he was a baby, we went with a cowboy theme because we thought it would be oh-so-cute. And it was, but as an opinionated toddler, he quickly let us know that Elmo was more his speed. In came the kiddie table and chairs, the bedding and the decor with his favorite characters, ranging from Sesame Street to Transformers. In the end, we spent a lot of money changing things out to suit his interests when I wish that, instead, we had chosen classic pieces and added a little flair from his favorite things here and there.

That’s where Brentwood Home comes in. Their Venice Lounger and pillows for kids (we have the Lilypad pillow) are classics. They’re practical, useful, and most of all, well built and made from all-natural materials. That’s a win in any parents’ book!

Brentwood Home has a full line of pillows for adults and kids

Here are 5 tips for making your child’s space one that he can grow into and use for years to come:

1. Choose classic furnishings. While your child may be into crazy-shaped beds or chairs for a while, in a couple of years, you’ll have to replace them with something more grown up. Opt for something like the Venice Lounger instead, which both children and teens will love.

2. Allocate space according to your child’s needs. While small children need lots of floor space to play with their toys, tweens and teens need more seating for school work, reading, relaxing and socializing with friends.

3. Give your child some creative freedom. Yes, we’ve encouraged you to stay away from characters and fads for the main furnishings (bed, seating, etc.), but the decor that’s easy and affordable to change out should reflect your child’s tastes.

4. Keep it organized. Ensure that your child has a place for everything, from books to toys. A cluttered room can make your child feel anxious, not to mention it’s not ideal for Mom, either! In small spaces, under-bed storage options are wonderful!

5. Make it comfortable. Above all, your child’s space should be one that he enjoys sleeping and spending time in. Make sure furnishings are comfy and cozy and that the decor is inviting while still letting your child’s personality shine through.


As you can see, our kiddo loves his Venice Lounger! He’s pulled it into the living room for now to sit near the Christmas tree every evening during family time.


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Terry Stevens

Sunday 11th of December 2016

The challenges for my granddaughter's room is where to put all of her items. Her room is too small for all of her stuff.

Sonya Morris

Saturday 10th of December 2016

My biggest challenge is getting them to sleep in their room and all the clutter with toys!


Friday 9th of December 2016

My biggest challenge is the clutter! My kids are hoarders and want to keep every little thing!

Donella Crigger

Saturday 10th of December 2016

My son is the same. He wants to keep every little toy, crayon, piece of paper, etc. that's his. I have to toss things while he's gone to school or asleep. Shhhh! LOL... don't tell.

Kristin G

Friday 9th of December 2016

We recently moved into an older home. Right now we don't have any closets and I'm having a hard time finding storage! My four year old is finally starting to hang out in his bedroom a lot more, but he always messes the bed up!

Donella Crigger

Saturday 10th of December 2016

That's definitely something I need to research, too, Kristin. We do have closets, but our home is older too, so the closets are so, so tiny. I'll put together a list of ideas in January!

Nancy Loring

Wednesday 7th of December 2016

My challenge is my 2 girls share a room and they are 6 and 11. So trying to let each girl express themselves in their own room has its challenges especially now that my daughter is 11 she doesn't want a little girls room. We are trying to solve that problem now without much success.

Donella Crigger

Saturday 10th of December 2016

That IS a big challenge! Are they in bunk beds? If the beds are separate, maybe a room divider (temporary one... not permanent) would give each girl the "feel" of her own room. Good luck, Nancy!