Making the transition from cot to bed can be a traumatic experience to children and parents alike so it would make sense to try and make a child’s room cosy and comfortable, and this can often be achieved by decorating the room in a child’s favourite television programme such as Sesame Street.
If this sounds like a good idea then the only real problem is deciding on which character to use as a theme when decorating as there are so many bedroom accessories and bedding packages available. The idea is to give parents a range of designs and styles that will excite and comfort their children when spending time in their room.
The really important process is choosing the character a child likes and this is not difficult due to the amount available such as Abby Cadabby, Bert and Ernie, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Grover, Oscar etc. It can spell disaster if a character is chosen that offers the child nothing in terms of comfort.
The range of Sesame Street characters displayed on bedding and curtains make it easier for parents to pick out a specific style or design which they want to match the colour scheme of the room with some designs being dull while others are bright with vivid colours to match paint work and flooring or any furniture that may already be in the room.
By making the room personal it will add an extra level of comfort making children settle easier and able to enjoy their surroundings taking their attention off the fact they’ve just moved from a coy to a proper bed.