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How to Make Kids Bedroom Relaxing

A child's bedroom should be a place where they can feel safe, comfortable, and relaxed. While you can always go for fancy elements, colors, and furniture, especially in this fast-paced world, where kids get exposed to a multitude of challenges, creating a calming and inviting space can help your child get a good night's sleep and wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day.

Whether you’re working with a small room or expanding your imagination, making the most of your child’s space is vital where they have a space where they feel safe, secure, and comfortable to be their best selves. Now how do you create a relaxing bedroom?


The colors in a child's bedroom can have a big impact on their mood. Different colors trigger different emotions. Instead of filling your children’s bedroom with bright or stimulating colors, such as reds and oranges, choose calming colors, such as blues, greens, and lavender, to create a soothing atmosphere.


Exposure to different lighting can have negative effects when intending to relax, and it could disturb the sleeping cycle. 

Harsh lighting can be disruptive and make it difficult for children to fall asleep. Use soft lighting, such as lamps or nightlights, to create a relaxing atmosphere. Avoid using overhead lights, as these can be too bright.

Consider choosing a lighting fixture appropriate to the overall style of the room that complements the fixture and other elements in the room. Adding night lights can help kids feel safe and secure by providing a small amount of light, and is especially helpful for those who are afraid of the dark.


Kids grow up quickly. Most will outgrow their fun furniture for children in no time. Your child’s furniture collection may include a miniature recliner, sofa, dining chair, bookcase cabinetry, and much more depending on their personality, hobbies, and activities.

If your budget cannot allow for replacements every few years, stick to the traditional pieces for the bed, dresser, and desks. You can then add playful accent pieces to make the room warm and friendly.


When choosing children’s bedding, consider the climate in your home. For warm climates, it's best to choose lightweight breathable materials that are cool and comfortable with fabrics like cotton and microfiber. In cold climates, heavier bedding is suitable. Going for a higher thread count or a comforter is a great option.

Allergies can significantly impact sleep quality, leaving one feeling tired, groggy, and uncomfortable throughout the night. If bedding is too rough, it can irritate kids' skin. Choosing the right bedding is essential for allergy sufferers, as it can help reduce allergens in their sleep environment and provide relief.

If you're seeking a mix of color and bedding check out our New Kids Sheet Set! We’ve added new designs like owls, space, kids bears, sweets, and rainbows.

With a little planning, you can choose children’s lighting, furniture, bedding that will make your child’s bedroom a comfortable and inviting space. Another helpful tip is to talk to your child about sleep. It is important to talk to children about the importance of sleep. Explain to them that sleep is when their bodies and minds rest and repair themselves.

CGK Linens takes pride in offering an enhanced sleeping experience and top-notch quality. We encourage everyone to get a good night's sleep so that they can be healthy and happy.