Another easy way to let your kids express themselves in their room is magnetic boards or magnetic wall paint. You can even add this element to your chalkboard paint. You can use a magnetic paint in mixed form with the primer, or mix a magnetic additive powder to regular paint. About three even coats of the paint are suggested, and adding more will increase the magnetism. If you use the magnetic primer mix, after it is dry you can cover the wall with a non-magnetic paint color of your choice. This magnetic paint is also a great way for your kid to decorate their walls without having to stick nails and pins in the walls.
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 Keep in mind that a movie or character that they love today might quickly become outdated.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.
If you must you can decorate the room with butterflies and ladybugs and such but why not go for something much more original. That is what kid's décor is all about. You can design the room to fit the child. A mother knows that some girls will use Barbie for target practice. So why would you shove the outdated ideas of femininity on them? If its spaceships she wants let her have them and make sure the ship has a female captain. You can compromise on the borders and curtains in any case. Just be imaginative and open minded then help them to create a space that is uniquely their own.
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