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As adults, we all need our space to rejuvenate. We engage in a variety of activities to detach ourselves from external chaos, and over-burdening responsibilities, to focus on ourselves and our well-being. All of us have a practice for recreation – a coffee shop, sitting by the window with our favorite book, going for a walk to embrace nature, and so on. These activities aid in mental well-being.
The primary space for kids to think, self-reflect, recharge their batteries, and grow wings to their dreams, is their bedroom. A personal space created based on their likes and preferences roots them to their true self and in discovering themselves with each passing phase. Research shows that children, whose rooms are space-structured by parents, spend less time in their rooms compared to the child’s own structured space. Childhood is a precious phase, a foundation for the coming years concerning habits and experiences because childhood affects behavior and personality into adulthood.
When is the right time to provide a separate room for your kid? The answer is simple, it is when they are ready. Pushing them into a new room or not letting them have their personal space, both practices are unhealthy. Who other than parents know the best? Based on the child’s capability to supervise themselves and take charge of their own space, parents can think about a separate room for their kids.
Under one roof, as the kid grows, they can relate to who they were and who they are becoming and this plays a greater part in understanding themselves and in developing their personality.
According to a study by Stoecklin (1999), the building, interiors of the room, and its arrangements and selection of pieces of equipment have a profound impact on children’s behavior.
Nature is a natural therapy for healthy mental well-being, it accelerates a multitude of positive emotions such as calmness and joy. Waking up to the sunrise and sleeping under the moonlight with the scent of breeze in the room does energize the body, physically and mentally, making the child feel less sleepy and with better concentration and improved logical thinking ability which is proven in a study by Tejsen et.al,.(2015) that measured the quality of sleep and next-day performance.
Every color is appealing and comes with the power of affecting the individual’s mood. Kids are indeed very active and need an environment to channel their energies through productive activities. Based on several studies, the colors that we are surrounded by in our daily lives, have a significant impact on our mood and conduct. (Kurt, 2014)
Play is dynamic and improves the social, cognitive, and emotional development of children. Hence, having a corner meant for physical activities and brain teasers helps the child in acquiring skills that boost confidence, self-esteem, and creativity to mention a few.
Children enjoy playing with toys. But post-play, the room appears chaotic. Therefore, providing unique storage space brings enthusiasm to tidy up after play. Along with it comes a sense of responsibility for taking care of their belongings, as an organized structure leads to better focus and lesser distractions.
A study table is a basic requirement for better and active learning. It creates an atmosphere that enhances the habit of studying.
Moments vanish unless they become a memory and we here at Magical Nest bond with you in building your kid’s room with love and joy, to add to the uncountable memories of your kid’s childhood.
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Latitude Design. (2021, 13 december). 7 Psychological Impacts Bedroom Interior Designs Have On Your Child’s Development. Medium.https://medium.com/@latitudedesign/this-is-how-your-childs-bedroom-can-affect-their-psychological-development-6b3b61f49672
How our childhood affects our adult life https://www.chrysaliscourses.ac.uk/news/how-our-childhood-affects-our-adult-life#:~:text=It%20is%20clear%20that%20childhood,lead%20to%20mental%20health%20problems
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