However, it's essential to consider your child's bedroom theme carefully. Keep in mind that a movie or character that they love today might quickly become outdated. Few parents have the time and money to renovate their child's room completely every couple of years! Instead, plan for kids' décor with a longer shelf life, and one that they can grow into as they (and their tastes) mature. For example, a ball and bat adorned comforter, baseball wall border, and sports memorabilia decorations can all be swapped out with minimal expense and effort when your little leaguer decides he's now more interested in car racing than home base.
For older children and teens, you may want to consider a little different of a kids decor choice but still a favorite that requires splitting the room with tall shelves, and building a desk or table on each side of the shelves for added stability. Two desk armoires, placed back to back, with shelves on either side, will accomplish the same effect. If there is a window on only one side of the room, provide extra lighting for the opposite side of the room. Have each child choose wall art that expresses their interests and makes their space even more special.
When decorating kids rooms, focus on one main theme without being too general or too specific. As long as the room's basic decor stays relatively generic, the room can grow and change with the child. Certain decorations may be outgrown and replaced along the way, but you won't have to overhaul the whole room every time a new favorite movie character comes into the picture.
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