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 Keep in mind that a movie or character that they love today might quickly become outdated.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.
One of the most common ways of decorating kids rooms is to get a pre-designed collection of their favorite princess or super hero: bed spread, sheets, pillow cases, curtains, lamp shades. We've all see the cookie cutter kid decor, but there are many other creative, inexpensive, do-it-yourself ways to jazz up a child's bedroom without spending a fortune on someone else's idea of a decorating style.
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.
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