You probably remember that sometimes you did not feel very safe in your room at night; those ghosts under your bed and in your wardrobe. And also you might recall that everything could seem grand and confusing, and everything had rules, "don’t do this and don’t do that" But at least, or hopefully, you had your own room, your territory and your rules. Have this in mind when it comes to decorating your child’s bedroom. Let them be part of the process so they really can feel that it is their room. Let us start with the more practical things such as furniture. If you are aware of your child’s fear of the monsters under the bed, perhaps get a bed with storage draws under it, meaning that no scary monsters can hide there. Most kids love bunk-beds, even if they will only use one of the beds, they might have a friend over on a sleepover. Ask your kid what kind of bed he or she wants. But be reasonable of course, if your child wants a racing car bed, there is a chance that she or he might get bored of it sooner than later. Instead, try and put more effort into, for instance, the bedding . Ask your child what their favorite character is and get a set of it. Nowadays you can find kids bedding with just about everything, super heroes, TV shows and comics, usually there are matching curtains available too. If your kid is a football fan, many of the big clubs have their own bedding. Painting walls with his or her favorite colors. Use wall decals and posters. So remember to involve your child in decorating their room, to make them feel happy and safe.
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