Do you remember what your childhood bedroom looked like? Was it the room you had always envisioned? Most likely not, and if it was, it sure, was not as cool and fun as these ideas. While most areas of the home tend to be upgraded once or twice a year, the kids’ room usually does not. Keeping that in mind, it might be time to consider redecorating your child’s room and giving them the cool space, they deserve. Here’s our guide on how to do just that.
When it comes to the walls in your child’s room, you want to take it up a notch by having a fun wallpaper. Wallpaper is one of those decorating bits that always bring a personalized twist to any room. You want to do just that by taking one of the largest walls in your kids’ room and creating a bold display with a daring wallpaper.
Black & White
Do not feel discouraged when you want to take a simple approach to your child’s room, particularly if you want to use hues of black and white. While these colors might not seem “child-friendly” it creates the perfect blank canvas for further decorating. Additionally, it allows you to add color, and pattern without interrupting your current layout.
If you are on a mission to transform your daughters’ room, creating a dreamy aesthetic using a light and airy color palette is the way to go. Keep your décor minimal with hints of color and dainty décor to ensure the room feels almost like a personal oasis away from the rest of the world. Pair your dainty décor with a faux fur rug or a day bed that feels calming and cozy.
Sometimes all a room needs is a unique vintage touch to come back to life. If you don’t necessarily want to completely change the appeal of your kids’ room, consider adding a vintage chic twist. The key is adding a vintage piece and centering your décor around it. Doing so will add just the right amount of vintage while keeping the room’s natural aesthetic.
Why not display your favorite images in your child’s room? When you have a blank wall, you want to consider filling it up with images that make them happy or artwork. In this case, you want to consider having a gallery wall as the main focus of the room. The key is having an abundance of images that embrace the size of the room while still adding to your decorative appeal.
Personal Color Scheme
Instead of using a single-color palette that will work with the décor of the room, take your child’s personal favorite colors to consider and create a personal color scheme. The idea is to make your child feel as involved with the new renovations as possible. Doing so will make them want to be in their room as much as possible.
Fun Homework Station
Let’s face it, homework is not anyone’s favorite thing to do, however; by adding a fun station your child will be more inclined to want to do homework on a regular basis. Consider displaying fun books and needed essentials to bring that homework designed space feel yet, add bold colors for a fun twist. If your child has a specific color or pattern they love, consider weaving it into your décor to make your child’s station feel as personal to them as possible.
Bold Light Fixture
Regardless, of what room you are decorating, adding a bold light fixture adds a unique bit that enhances the rooms overall appeal. Furthermore, when considering the light fixture to use, you want to focus on the size of the space. The smaller the room the higher you want the ceilings to feel, which means you want to consider a large fixture to achieve a grander feeling display.
Sometimes all a room needs is minimal yet meaningful décor. Having minimal décor works great with any decorative style due to how little you need while making a statement. This works exceptionally well in smaller rooms that already have some sort of layout redesigned. Add just the right amount of decorating bits to complete the look.
Nothing makes a child feel more “grown-up” than having a luxury room. Luxury works well in a room because it feels more upscale yet modern all at once while being cool and fun. The idea is to have bits of luxury that do not overwork the room or the room’s structure. Consider pairing a luxury item with traditional pieces to soften the look.
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