No Kids Allowed! How To Turn Your Bedroom Into A Grown Ups Only Space

No Kids Allowed! How To Turn Your Bedroom Into A Grown Ups Only Space

One thing that pretty much every single parent can relate to is the fact that, intentionally or otherwise, kids have a way of spreading themselves across the entire house. They might have their very own room to play and keep all of their toys in, but they still have a habit of taking advantage of every square inch of your home. Of course, there isn’t anything wrong with that at all! After all, it’s their home too and few things bring life into a home than the hustle and bustle of family life. But there is one room that many parents would very much like to keep to themselves: the bedroom. No matter how much you love your little ones, every parent needs a space to relax and switch off at the end of the day. Your bedroom should be a space where you can curl up and get a good night’s sleep without being buried under piles and piles of toys, puzzles, and drawings. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help keep your bedroom a kid free zone and to make sure that it’s the perfect sanctuary of calm in even the busiest home.


Get comfy


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If you want to be able to get a good night’s sleep and truly relax then you’ve got to have some truly comfortable bedroom furniture. Remember this is your space. In fact, it’s one of the only spaces that you’re absolutely entitled to say is all yours and that you don’t have to share with everyone else. So why not make it your own? Make sure that your mattress is as comfortable as possible and decorate the room in a calming, pleasant way that reflects your personality.


Keep the toys away


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Few things disrupt your mind when you’re trying to relax and unwind at the end of each day than being surrounded by mess and clutter, but this is especially true when that clutter is piles of toys. Kids love to play throughout the house, and that’s fine, you just need to make sure that your bedroom is clear of any of the leftovers from play time every day before you go to bed. The last thing that you want is to get up for a drink of water in the night and have to run a gauntlet of toys just to make it to the bedroom door.


Set clear boundaries


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If there’s one point in the day that a parent really needs to take some time for themselves it’s during the night. A lot of the time your kids will want to spend as much time with you as possible, and that’s lovely, but no parent can get a good night’s sleep if their little one has snuck into their bed and is taking all the covers. Make sure that you set clear boundaries with your kids about where they should be sleeping in the night. They have their own room for when they want privacy and a little bit of calm, so it’s only fair that you should be allowed the same thing, isn’t it?