The school holidays are upon us and children everywhere are pestering their parents for treats. Parents worrying about the holidays and family trips need fear not as it seems kids are requesting a newly designed bedroom instead, according to Terrys Fabrics.
Online PR News – 28-July-2011 – – (United Kingdom) The school holidays are upon us and children everywhere are pestering their parents for treats. Parents worrying about the holidays and family trips need fear not as it seems kids are requesting a newly designed bedroom instead, according to Terrys Fabrics.
As the recession continues, parents are looking of cost effective ways to spend time with their kids this summer. As it appears, the hottest trend this summer is a newly decorated bedroom so according to the curtain and fabrics specialists, parents will find themselves indoors a lot this summer as they update and decorate their children’s bedrooms.
Summer holidays are often filled with trips to the beach and expensive theme parks but it seems this summer, children will be boasting their fresh new rooms rather than the holidays they have been on. The kids won’t be completely off the hook though as they are being told to get stuck in and help with the decorating.
Staff at Terrys Fabrics have already seen a rise in the number of parents coming into their stores with kids in tow looking for colour themes and matching fabrics. The competition seems fierce amongst youngsters who want to have the coolest looking rooms.
The Director of Terrys Fabrics, Paul McGuinness, has commented on the growing trend saying,
“Summer tends to be a quieter time of year for us, many people go away for a break or are generally taking time off to spend with their kids during the long school holidays. However we all know that money is tight but parents don’t want to feel that their kids are missing out, so instead of spending a couple of thousand going away somewhere, they are spending a lot less on re-decorating their kids bedrooms. As a result we have seen our stores a little busier than usual.”