If your child is bored of their bedroom and you are looking for ideas to make their space both fun and practical, these five tips will ensure both you and your child are delighted with the outcome. Luckily, most drywall companies give free estimates so that’s the best time to get some evaluations and quotes.
If your child is keen for a change of color, this is a simple fix. Decorating the walls is an ideal way to give a room a whole new look without needing to spend a fortune, and if time or money are tight even changing the color of one feature wall will make a difference. If you only need a small amount of paint, consider asking on local selling sites if anyone has any half-used tins or scour hardware stores for discounted tester pots.
New furniture can transform the look and purpose of a room. Consider the best way to use the space your child has based on how they spend their time. If they still play with toys on the floor, keep carpet space free. If they have progressed to using a computer instead, look at the available computer furniture for kids. Beanbags and cushions are great for making a room feel cozy and comfortable, so work with your child to make their furniture work for them.
Stick It To ‘Em
Stickers and vinyls are a straightforward way to update walls and furniture so if you are looking for a budget solution this could be right for you. Wall stickers are also great for allowing your child to embrace their current interests without committing long term – if you think their Marvel obsession is a flash in the pan, wall stickers are a cheap way to give them what they want. Best of all, they can be removed when your child moves on to the next passing fad. Patterned vinyls are great for updating paneling on wardrobe doors or the top of a bedside cabinet, giving the room a fresh, contemporary look.
Updating soft furnishings such as rugs, cushions, bedding and curtains is a quick way to revamp a room. You can use linen fabrics for curtains and you have the option to buy linens wholesale if you need more to cover multiple windows. Whether your child wants a matching set or a contemporary clash of color, this is a simple way to update their space. If they have their heart set on a certain brand or character, ask around to see if anyone else is having a change of style. You might be able to arrange a swap!
Most important of all, listen to what your child wants from their room. It is important that children are given their own space and that they are happy with it. We know from our own experience that we are more productive, sleep better and feel calm and safe if we are comfortable in our environment, so providing them with the room they want can have many lasting benefits.
With a burst of creativity and a little imagination you can transform a room in a few hours. Challenge yourself – you might be surprised at the outcome!
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