5 Tips For Decorating A Child’s Bedroom On A Budget

Decorating Child's bedroom

Decorating your child’s bedroom is always fun and exciting for everyone involved! Just seeing the smiles and squeals of excitement makes it worth the effort. The good news is that you can give your child a kid-tastic bedroom without spending too much money. We show you how you can easily, and creatively, decorate your child’s bedroom on a budget.

 

A Wonderland On A Budget

 

With a few simple hacks, you will be well on your way to designing a great space that a child of any age will enjoy. Pops of colour and usable spaces is all that is needed, even in smaller rooms. Create a beautiful area for your child with these easy decorating tips.

 

  1. Wall of colour

A single brightly painted wall can make a massive impact on a room. With a little bit of planning, you can even create the illusion of a bigger space with the right colour. Choose calming colours in shades that your child will love, like greens, blues, pinks, and yellows. They also offer a great focus area for other decorative items. Consider floating shelves that are used as a bookcase or appling themed wall stickers and so forth.

 

  1. Chalk it up

Inspire creativity by painting a section of a wall in chalk paint. This will allow your child an acceptable space to scribble on the wall and will give them a creative outlet. Older kids may use it to write down notes or inspirational quotes. The great thing about this is that it allows an ever-changing focal point. It can suit the child’s personal style to reflect a little of themselves.

 

  1. Display arts and photos

Install a string with a few new clothes pegs against a wall. This is a great idea to display your budding artist’s latest works. Or hang photos of family, friends and loved ones! Add a string of fairy lights to make the display illuminate! Older children might hang pictures of their friends or images they love where they can see it every day.

 

  1. Lego wall

This is great for boys of young school going age. Stick a few sheets of Lego boarding against the wall or in the window sill. This functions brilliantly as storage for your child’s building blocks while giving the room a continuously evolving art piece. A moving wall, so to speak.

 

  1. Wall projects

There are many great wall art projects that you can easily make with paper or on-hand toys. Buntings, flowers, cars and more can bring splashes of colour into the room and be unique to what your child likes. Get creative with printed paper to make beautiful items that you can even hang from the roof. This is a wonderfully affordable way to bring a theme into your child’s room.

 

Your child’s bedroom designs can be done on a dime! And is a great way to give your child something that is uniquely theirs. Read our articles on how to plan a kid’s birthday party at home and raising money wise children.

 

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