The layout of your child's room should allow for many activities, depending on their age and development.
During the younger years, space should be allowed for childcare. When later on spaces are needed for study, and advanced activities.
Color schemes in your child's decor should be bright and cheerful.
Bright colors stimulates brain development, as well as early learning skills.
Allow your child to provide input into their spaces. Use their favorite colors and themes, if possible to create interest and contentment.
More than just beds for sleeping, children's furniture collections provide many useful options.
Computer desks and hutch units are perfect for homework, and are scaled to last through their formative years.
Also available are convertible cribs that reassemble to toddler and full size beds. Therefore you can invest in coordinating long term pieces: dresser, chest, door chests, and computer desks without the need to replace them when your child is older. Numerous finishes are available as well.