If your kid wants to redecorate their bedroom, it is nice to let them have a degree of input into how they would like their bedroom to look. However, it is also a sensible idea to keep a reign on their ideas, so that they do not run wild with them.
As a parent, you can help to guide your kid’s bedroom ideas, whilst preventing them from becoming unmanageable. As the “keeper of the coin”, it is also a good idea to think about what is an affordable idea. Here are some easy to achieve kid’s bedroom ideas.
Race track themes are great kid’s bedroom ideas. There are plenty of car shaped beds available to buy which are based on real race cars, some of which even come with real race car sounds. As far as painting goes, roadways and chequered flags are something which can be achieved by even the least artistic parents.
Jungle themes can be fun kid’s bedroom ideas for really adventurous children. Dark and light green walls can be used to represent the thick foliage of the jungle, and animal stencils are widely available if you want to add in a few extra touches. You can even decorate hanging storage baskets to look like vines and creepers. These are fun kid’s bedroom ideas for children who have a whole menagerie of soft toys. A fairytale theme is a really exciting theme, because there are lots of different possibilities: fairies, princesses, knights and dragons can all crop up in your designs. These kid’s bedroom ideas can be really great if you have a boy and a girl sharing the same room, because there is something for everyone. You can even create four-poster beds, complete with curtains, so that your children can have a bit of privacy, whilst also feeling like royalty.
Nautical theme and pirate themes are great, because they only need white or blue furniture, which is widely available without having to pay a premium. Seashells and other seaside items can be collected by your children when they are at the beach, to make them feel like they are having a positive impact with the decoration. If you have a wooden floor in the room, you can paint most of the floor blue, like the water, and then have one play corner decorated like the sandy beach of a desert island paradise. If your child is not afraid of the dark, a space theme can be a real winner. A black, dark blue or deep purple base color, decorated with stars, planets and space rockets can be really evocative of the theme in question. It is even possible to get non-toxic glow in the dark paint for the stars, so that they are still visible even when the light is turned off. If you are precise, you can decorate the stars in the patterns of real constellations, so that your child will become familiar with and comfortable with the night sky outside.