If your little boy is a sports fan this is a simple fix. A room decorated with two sports that they love would last the child all the way up until they leave for college. For those parents whose child is more academically inclined, you can do some interesting things with algebra, multiplication tables and even the periodic table. If its Jurassic he wants give it to him. This one lends itself to Murals and wall posters. All of the themes mentioned are ones that can grow as the child grows. The objective with great kid's décor is to not have to change it every few years. With these suggestions you can add to them as the child grows. It will be fun for you both for years to come.
You will want to give your young explorer plenty of places to store their toys and treasures, as well as keeping plenty of floor space available for play time. Aside from drawers and chests, it's often helpful to look into multi-level shelving units that give your child a place to put toys and books, while affording you higher display shelves for keepsakes and special memories.
The first thing that comes to mind when decorating a room are the walls. Painting the walls in bright colors sets well with the mood of a kid's room. A wall treatment with appeal for children is chalkboard paint, which comes in black and green. This paint is exactly what you might expect: a dense, opaque liquid that can be used as a chalkboard after it dries. Bear in mind that chalk makes dust, which is the enemy of dark carpets, not to mention the allergies it can cause.
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