The child’s bedroom, a unique place in the house that generally meets several uses. Obviously, it must be conducive to sleep, calm, and rest. However, it also houses spaces for games, work, and storage. This space dedicated to your child must, therefore, combine playful features without overdoing it. Claustral can be an interesting arrangement in a child’s room. They structure the space without cluttering it. And they can even be fun.
DEFINE THE SLEEPING AREA OF THE PLAY AREA AND/OR OFFICE IN THE BEDROOM
In the children’s room, the cloisters can have a more classic role, in other words, they can be used to put an order in the arrangement of the different spaces. If your child’s room seems too large, unstructured, or a little too chaotic, the addition of fencing will make it possible to delimit the different spaces. It is ideal for isolating the sleeping area with the bed from the rest of the bedroom, the play area, or the workspace with the desk for slightly older children. Unlike a partition, the fencing takes up less space and it does not close the spaces. Some models are also very quick to install, we think for example of those found in large DIY stores. In a few hours, without doing too much work, you can better organize your child’s room.
WOOD, IDEAL MATERIAL FOR FENCES IN THE NURSERY
While in the other rooms of the house there are cloisters made from different materials, in the children’s room, it is the wood that attracts all the sympathy. Why? Because he is warm and noble. Because it warms a solid or white room. Because it seems softer than metal or concrete. And also because we easily do what we want with it. Wood is therefore a material of choice in children’s rooms.
THE ROPE, AN ALTERNATIVE TO CLASSICAL CLOISTERS FOR CHILDREN
If the structure of the screen seems too rigid, especially for your child’s room, there is a softer alternative, at least visually speaking: the rope. It can take different forms, more or less discreet. What is interesting with this other solution is that it lets light circulate like the screenings.
SOME DECORATIVE IDEAS IN PICTURES FOR SCREENINGS IN THE CHILD’S ROOM