A kid’s room is more than just a place to sleep or play. It is also their little haven, where their imagination comes alive. In their formative years, the space where they spend most of their time can play an important role in shaping up their personalities. And therefore, this space should be a reflection of who they are and what they enjoy. Stylish, practical, fun and cozy – our selection of children’s bedroom decorating ideas will keep the kids happy, from toddler to teen and all ages in-between. With a little help from our decorators and a lot of creativity, you can transform your child’s room into something magical. Best part is that these are pocket friendly and won’t require a lot of redecorating. Start reading and start decorating!
Shelves and cupboards serve a very useful purpose when it comes to handling all that mess your kid seems to indulge in. All the toys can go up on the shelf and give a more fun look to your kids’ room. It’s also a great way of teaching your kid some organization skills at an early age.
Instead of going for clichéd blue or pink paint on the walls, you can stick on some wall art to make those boring walls lively. Use of vibrant stickers that tell a story will not only add life but will also make your little one happy. Favorite cartoons characters on walls will ensure that cute smile remains on your kids’ face.
A very easy way to add charm and color to your kids’ room is to accessorize it with patterns. Aztec designed pillows and striped curtains will surely make the room more vibrant. And if your kid likes cartoons (which kid doesn’t?) you can opt for these with their favorite character’s prints and motifs
As necessary as lamps can be, they are also a great piece of accessory for any kids room. Place one next to the bedside or a corner, and it will instantly uplift the room! Use lamps in fun colors that match the room’s décor, or that have removable and replaceable shades that can be changed as the children grow.
As every little one is a passionate mess creator, make sure their mess is appreciated enough. Have bulletin boards or white boards on which they scribble their heart out (saving the walls). Framed pieces of their artwork will also make them confident of themselves!