By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Kids Room Decor. At Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:28:44 PM.
Don't go overboard with large and expensive changes. I tend use more accessories and paint. Great options are removable wall decals; they come in every size, color and theme. They will give you a great look, using the child's interest with a small price tag. You can blend them with a wall color (their choice) even if just on an accent wall. Another favorite of mine are carpet tiles; they add great color and texture. Using accessories that follow the theme of the room make it is easy to change in the next few years as you child and their interest grow.
Decorating kids rooms can be a fun and enjoyable way to pass the time and it gives you the renewed opportunity to bond with your kids as well. There's no better way to get closer to your kids than by getting down to their level and talking about things that interest them. Decorating their rooms might be the perfect way to do that. But where do you start? If you have more than one child you need to be careful whose room you're going to be decorating first so that things don't get fraught and create added tensions.
You can find ways to keep everybody happy, and still not spend a fortune on decorating. A good idea is to have a few ideas that you like, and that coordinate the child's room with the rest of the house, and then let the child pick out of those options. In this way, the child still feels he has a say in how his room is decorated, and you will have a room that you like and that goes with the rest of the house. One of the most important considerations in decorating a kid's room is that it must be a room that is as simple as possible and easy to keep clean. This means that accessories should be kept to a minimum so that there is less to dust and vacuum. You should also try to keep the furniture at a minimum, since there will be less space for clutter to gather.