Creating The Perfect Children's Bedroom Environment

A restful bedroom environment is important when addressing sleep. We all fall to sleep more easily when we are in a comfortable environment. Here are some top tips to help you create a restful bedroom:
Make sure the room is well aired
The temperature should be around 16-20 degrees Celsius
Choose suitable curtains to darken the environment. Blackout blinds can be particularly helpful in the summer months
Avoid over stimulating colours in the bedroom such as bright red. Try calming colours such as neutrals and pastel shades
A quiet room can encourage better sleep. Check what noises can be heard from your child’s room
Eliminate electronic devices from the bedroom. If this isn’t possible, try to separate areas of the bedroom for sleep and play. It’s important that children and teens know that the bed is a place for rest
Freshly laundered bedding is important
Cover over toys if they are causing a distraction at night or zone off the room so that they are out of sight
Check whether the mattress and the pillows are comfortable
Are there any posters that may appear to be frightening when the lights are off?
Move the bed away from the radiator
As children get older you can involve them in planning their bedroom design so that they have ownership of it.
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