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Sensory-Friendly Kids Bedroom


This boy has sensory seeking needs. He is very sensitive to lighting and to colors.

I added the wave pattern wallpaper because it is soothing, and he's able to feel calm when he's in his room. I also Added storage bins to organize all his toys. The less he sees, the better. The more clutter is in his room, the more anxious he gets. The wall color i used is a light calming color. I also added the teepee so that he could go in there when he feels anxious. Since he has low muscle tone and a weak core, I chose chairs that are curved so that he could feel supported and "hugged". I added a swing to help him calm down when he feels he's out of control. All of those elements really contribute to his mood and comfort. They have helped him tremendously!