It’s been a long time since I’ve seen my bedroom as a comfortable room to relax in. For over 2 years its been strewn with toys, bottles, nappies and a cot or crib. At the moment it’s a room for us to crash into at the end of the day and pray for sleep.
I’ve decided that when Chloe is old enough (between 6-12months old) to move into her own bedroom we will redecorate our bedroom and make it a space for us. I’m sure I will miss the clutter and being able to reach out and check on Chloe in her bednest but when the time comes I think we need it to become a space for us again.
I’ve been looking at some absolutely gorgeous bedroom ideas on the Rodgers of York website and have fallen in love with this one:
So maybe the shape of my room is different and it won’t look exactly the same I know but the colours and the light are feelings I want to reproduce.
I also quite like the idea of creating a really cool room for my toddler who will be moving out of her baby room and into a slightly bigger big girls space.. I think she would love this jungle theme:
She is a big fan of monkeys and giraffes rather than pink and princesses at the moment so this would go down a storm.. And then I need to start working on ideas to get the baby room up to date. So much to do so little time.
Do you find your bedrooms get taken over by your children’s clutter? What do you do to avoid this and how do you make sure your bedroom stays as a room for relaxing? Am I being daft for thinking this is even possible with young children around?
*this is a PR collaboration