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.
Another option is to affix a large sketch pad to a wall and keep assorted paints and colored pencils nearby for easy access. Kids love to hangs their stuff and want everything to be easily accessible.
Sheets are another multi-tasking tool that works wonders in a child's room. Of course, you can put them on the bed, but there are a number of creative uses for sheets that have nothing to do with sleeping. They make great curtains - just cut the side edges along the top or bottom hem and slip them on a curtain rod. Sewn together, two sheets can make a super easy duvet cover. Cut them up, and they become table covers for night stands or banners for the walls. Sheets can be used to make a pile of decorative pillows to brighten up the bed. Use your imagination, and let the kids get involved. You may be surprised at the fun and ingenuity.
What better way to transform your child's room to their own secret hiding place than to incorporate a personalized wall mural into your kids' decor plans? And with so many options in wall murals today, you don't have to worry about the prospect costing an arm and a leg. (Or about being stuck with a fairy scene on the wall until your youngin' moves away to college) A quick spin around the internet will yield personalized, detailed, and easily removable wall scenes in a variety of themes and color schemes.
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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