Bedroom Design / October 9, 2018 / Giuliana Bundy.
Home decorating can be fun. Over the years, new designs, new fabrics, wild colors, and unusual accessories made decorating easier. I think women begun tapping into this area when it came to decorating kids bedrooms, starting with your baby nursery. If you don’t have a flair for decoration, read on for tips on how you can spruce up a room.
What you want to keep in mind is the age of the child. That is important because if you are decorating for a young girl, and you use a Cinderella theme, you have to think about how long it will take to outgrow that theme. In a few years, she may be interested in Barbie. You may not want to redecorate every few years. That is time and money. So be practical.
Before you invest, look at any significant purchases you need to be sure they will be easy to coordinate with pretty much anything as you will most likely keep them for a while. When purchasing furniture, especially for a child, it’s a better investment if you are buying good, quality, sturdy furniture that is durable. A child can put wear and tear on furniture.
Resist buying items because they look cute. These items often look attractive in the stores and are so appealing, but when you get them home, they don’t match with the decor in the child’s room. Another good rule of thumb when you are decorating is to ask the clerk what the return policy is before you buy it. Make sure you can take it back if it doesn’t quite fit the tone of the child’s room.
In deciding where to start, you have to consider what your child likes. Are they adventurous, do they like rare items, special characters, symbols, and effects? What is it they want? It could be they love certain colors, pillows, and chairs. Some kids like to write, color and entertain themselves. Once you decide, come up with a theme.
When we think of decorating the walls, we automatically think of paint. Painting is good, but there are other options for personalizing when you think about decorating kids bedrooms. One choice would be a mural. These are becoming popular, displaying an artistic flair. They are very easy to use and are affordable.
Borders and wallpaper is another idea to create a dramatic effect. The best products are those with an adhesive that can be lifted off instead of that needed glue. For windows, use colored blinds, and window treatments.
A bed in the bag, with all of the bed coverings, comes in a variety of designs, themes, and colors. For floors, consider large square rugs that coordinate with your colors for an added appeal. Blend in the accessories to tailor it off, and you did.