Quick decorating tips for a kids room
Perusing through home decor magazines or pinning your way through Pinterest can give parents a complex if they lack mad decorating skills. A child’s bedroom is their sanctuary–their oasis. When you look at it, however, it just feels more like a desert or teenage wasteland. Here are some ideas that will crack smiles, not bank accounts.
Liven it up with color
Changing the paint color is one of the easiest and most effective decorating facelift ideas. Choose subtle or shocking, it doesn’t matter. Pick more than one paint color to really make a statement. Don’t forget the doors and wall molding, adding color to them can add jazz hands!
Details in the decals
So maybe painting isn’t for you. That’s OK. You can change the look of a room with little-to-no work simply by adding wall decals. Stores like Target, Marshalls or Fathead which has a sitewide 25% off of everything for Cyber Monday, sell peel of, place on wall decals. Another great place to find unusual wall decals is Etsy, plus you’ll be supporting small businesses. Decals generally peel off easily and leave no damage on the walls.
The furniture is in good condition but maybe could use a little updating? Hit the web for How-To videos on refurbishing furniture. Or, pay a visit to Lowe’s, Home Depot or any local hardware store. The employees are knowledgeable and may be a great source of DIY information.
Sometimes, a room just needs new linens and window treatments to liven things up a bit. Whether you make them yourself or buy ones already perfectly made, new bedding and matching accessories is a quick, fun way to add a breath of fresh air to a stale kids room.
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