Posts Tagged ‘Kids’
Many stay-at-home moms often consider watching other children in their homes to earn some extra money for their family. For those who not only take the idea seriously, but turn it into a business, the result is an in-home day care. Most licensed in-home day cares have to have a separate area for the children. If you are establishing a new in-home day care or would like to give yours a face lift, try some of the decorating ideas below to get you started.
The first thing that you want to do when designing an in-home day care space is to make it colorful and appealing to the children who will be in it. You can choose from a primary color palette that makes ample use of red, blue and yellow or go with a softer, more neutral color palette that focuses on white, brown and blue. No matter what color scheme you feel most comfortable with, make sure that the accent pieces that you plan to use, like the beautiful dragonfly metal art that is perfect for the science nook, match the chosen colors.
The stackable and colorful children’s bed from Müller Möbelwerkstätten was designed to be adaptable to new homes and new spaces not to mention growth spurts. For those who are already past their growing years the stacking and modular beds are made for grown ups as well. I really like the chrome version that has a flashy modern appeal. See more about the furniture featuring Rolf Heide’s design philosophy that is still highly relevant to a flexible, independent and mobile lifestyle after 40 years here.