- December 13, 2018
- - By Moodfit Team
When they’re not at school, children spend most of their time at home, and specially in their bedroom. They use their personal space to play, study and have a good night sleep to recharge and grow.
That’s why decorating your children’s bedrooms is a challenge like no other; you’ll be creating their safe haven that fits their personality while making it functional for all their activities.
With the sea of ideas available on the Internet, the task may seem overwhelming. That’s why we’ve handpicked 5 practical and fun ideas for you to decorate your child’s bedroom.
Children have colourful imaginations and even more vibrant crayons. To avoid having your little ones drawing on your living room walls with permanent markers, use chalkboard paint on one of their bedroom walls to keep them entertained for hours.
World map wallpaper:
As they say, kids’ brains are like sponges: they’re in a constant learning process, absorbing information from their surroundings. To kick off their geography knowledge, use a wall-to-wall world map wallpaper to teach your young ones seamlessly about our blue planet’s oceans and continents. Some have details about countries, foods or even local animals.
Picture ledges are multi-purpose elements that you can benefit from around the house: from displaying your holiday pictures on, to turning them into tool kit storage, they can also be a great addition to your children’s bedroom. Use them as a bookcase to arrange your kids’ literature, and to add splashes of fun colours to the wall with the book covers.
If you need to maximise your space without compromising the fun factor, loft beds are IT! Your child will have a blast having an elevated sleeping area, and having their own play or study spot underneath. Loft beds are also a great way to have extra (very needed) storage.
One of the most original ways to dress up your child’s bed is a personalised headboard. You can use masking tape to draw the shapes, hand-paint them, or even stencil them. The best part is that you can always change them or paint over them when your children grow up or get bored of the design.
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