If you have a young child and are planning to redecorate their room, they’ve probably become quite excited about the prospect, especially if you’re going to allow them to help. Here are some ideas that are brilliant and fun in kid’s bedrooms.
Their favourite cartoon character
Every child has a favourite cartoon character, or even multiple cartoon characters that they absolutely love. Whether it’s from a television show, such as Peppa Pig or Thomas the Tank Engine, or from a Hollywood Movie such as Elsa and Anna from Frozen, or superheroes such as Batman or Spiderman, your child will be thrilled to have their cartoon idol as part of their room. Wall decals or bumper stickers in the design of your child’s favourite cartoon character are an excellent way to do this, as they simply just stick on to painted walls and are also easy to remove. If you’re planning on repainting your child’s room as well, it’s a simple five to ten minute job once the paint has dried to transform their room. To make it an even more special place for them, many stores sell kids bedding with a range of different cartoon character designs, so you could buy some matching bedding to go with the new theme.
Design your own wallpaper
Many children love arts, crafts and getting messy with paints. One way to let them enjoy having fun and getting arty whilst also helping to decorate their room is to let them design their own, personal customer wallpaper or buy strckers online providing high-quality products at great price. All you will need is plain wallpaper, and once you’ve hung it on the wall and let it dry, allow your child to let their imagination loose with a brush and some paints. Don’t forget to put plenty over protective covering over the floor first, though as it can get really messy.
If you struggle getting your child to go upstairs and sleep at bedtime purchasing them a feature bed that looks like a car, fort or princess castle might be the encouragement they need. They’re often quite cheap as they’re only small, and look really fun and entertaining to make bedtime an appealing time of day for your child. If you have more than one child in the same room, bunk beds are also a very popular idea, especially the kind that can be taken apart and used as two beds once your children have grown out of them. They’re also an excellent way to create space in your children’s’ room, and many will be fitted with under bed storage for toys and games.