Decorating your kid’s bedroom doesn’t need to be an arduous affair. There are simple, fun and cheap ways to get the job done. Although if you do have the time and energy for an elongated project then, by all means, go ahead and there are options for that as well. Anyway, without further ado here are some great ways to decorate your kid’s bedroom.
Kicking things off with a larger more involved project, you could use a stencil and paint part or all of the room. This is a great excuse to get you children involved and it will make the whole room mean more to them. It is probably best not to pick something overly specific like The Avengers or Disney because you run the risk of the youngsters outgrowing them. Instead focus on something broader than they also like such as forests, under the sea or mountains. It doesn’t need to be overly complicated and a little love an attention goes a long way. Also, the fact that the kids are involved in the painting will mean they’ll appreciate the room even more.
One easy way to change the feel of a bedroom is to just change the bed. Be careful though and plan ahead. You don’t want to be buying a new bed each year because your kid has gotten too tall or no longer like their car bed. Bunk beds generally go down well. Especially if the lower half can be used as a sofa and as a spare bed for friends. If you do go down the new bed route, then places like Bedstar have a great range and have next day mattress delivery. Either way be sure to measure the room first because you don’t want to get a bed home and find out it won’t fit for one reason or another.
Wall prints are fantastic. They come in nearly every size, shape and design. If your kids love Batman or Barbie then there are wall prints that they’ll get a real kick from. Whatever their interests you are bound to find somewhere that makes a wall print they’ll like. Parents might also find plenty of wall prints that go great in their bedroom, too. The other great thing about wall prints is that they can easily be replaced or removed should your child outgrow that specific interest. They don’t cost as much as wallpapering and can be put up and taken down in a fraction of the time, what’s not to love.