High-end designer quality remodeling at an affordable price
Bathroom Remodeling Serving Staten Island, NY718-698-0222
FREE Estimates | Manufacturers' Warranties | Very Affordable
There are so many justifiable reasons to remodel a home, but few are as important as bringing a new child into the home. Transitioning to life with a kid means that your home needs to be set up to handle the new roles and responsibilities comfortably and safely. Below, we highlight some important design considerations for creating a playful, beautiful, and safe kid's room. If you are struggling with ideas but know you need to make room for your child, you should reach out for the best home remodeling Staten Island has to offer.
Consider constructing a comfortable place for the child to relax and read; in other words, create a reading nook. If you have space, you can build a bookcase into a wall and add a comfortable place to place fluffy blankets and pillows. It is also a good idea to create a place where a child can read and nap.
Do not underestimate the number of things a child can acquire. From clothing to toys and bedding, no one needs storage space more than a child. You do not need to create a fully functional walk-in closet, but they should still have enough room to access all the stuff they need quickly.
Storage space is important, but you might not want to hide away all the things a child loves and uses. Shelving units and coat/hat hooks keep the floor clean and allow the child to easily access coats while looking at their favorite toys and trophies. Home remodeling Staten Island can install all sorts of shelves, both built into the wall and hanging on the wall.
Once the room is designed, you can focus on hanging pictures, signs, and painting walls. When doing this, keep the child’s personality in mind. Use colors and images they like while also using their name as part of the design. It is common to find beautiful wooden signs that can be customized for any name.Related Reading
We don't take on more than three jobs at a time.
We work from concept to completion - no breaks in the action!