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7 Easy and affordable bedroom decor ideas for kids

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Kids are like sponges. They absorb everything around them. And it is important to make sure you make your kid’s room look gorgeous and lively both because it makes your kid happy, but also because decorating your kids’ bedroom can help them sleep better and enhance their creativity.

Below are some ideas for kids room decoration:

1. Curtains for kids’ room

Curtains and drapes can really make a room livelier and more beautiful. Try out different styles like tie-backs, tab tops, and soft draperies as well as various colors to see what your kid likes. For a more fun and playful feeling, choose bright and vivid colors like pink, blue and yellow for your child’s bedroom.

Make sure you go with fabric like cotton or silk that has the perfect amount of stiffness to keep the curtain from falling flat on the windows or if hung properly will billow out just enough. Installing the right curtains can completely change your kid’s bedroom and make it more suitable and appropriate for your child.

2. Wallpapers

If you choose Wallpapers when decorating your kid’s bedroom, do bear in mind that it can be difficult to remove and replace in the future. It might be worth considering lighter and more durable decorations like wall decals that can be easily removed and don’t take much time or money to install.

If you do want to try wallpaper, how about trying out printed wallpaper with pictures of cars or airplanes if your kid loves these?

A nice tip is to use one wall of the kid’s room as the background of the bed for an eye-catching effect or you can choose one unique wallpaper that will be suitable for all four walls of your kid’s room.

You can also use wallpapers with basic education for your kid. This can be a great way to introduce English language or mathematics concepts through wallpapers as well as adding a nice educational touch to the child’s bedroom.

3. Wall Murals

Wall murals are a type of wallpaper that can be used to decorate your child’s bedroom, and can be changed as your child grows, if you get the decorating bug.

They are larger than traditional wallpaper and can be customized to feature your child’s favorite characters or scenes. You can choose from a range of characters and images from Ever Wallpaper to give your child’s room a more personalized feel. The benefits of wall murals are that they can transform a child’s bedroom from being just another room to being the heart of your little one’s imagination.

4. Clocks

Clocks are a nice way to add a personal touch to your kid’s bedroom.

But make sure you get a safe and sturdy one that can hang on the wall properly without causing any problems or difficulties for your kid.

As far as the design goes, it is up to you whether you go with something simple or intricate depending on your child’s choice. Your child will grow up wearing a watch, but until then, it is important to help them learn how to tell time on an analog clock.

5. Area rugs

Adding area rugs is another decoration that can make your kid’s room look lively and vibrant. But make sure you choose the right rug depending on what kind of flooring you have in your child’s bedroom. If your kid’s bedroom has a hardwood floor then choose a rug that is made from fabric or chenille because these materials won’t slip and will feel soft on the feet when walking.

For carpeted floors, you can either lay a traditional outdoor rug or a large indoor one depending again on what your kid prefers. This is a great way to not only beautify your child’s bedroom but also make it more comfortable for them.

6. Bookshelf

A bookshelf is another great decoration idea for your kid’s room. Make sure you choose the right size and place it where it won’t take too much space or cause any problems. You can decorate the bookshelf with toys, books, and various other things your kid loves. This is another great way to introduce your child to the concept of organization and make it learn how to keep their room tidy.

7. Drawer space organizer

The drawer space organizer is a simple yet effective decoration that every child’s bedroom should have. It will not only help your kid to organize things inside their bedroom drawers but it will also keep the room neat and tidy. There are various types of drawer space organizers available on Amazon, making it more convenient for parents to choose one that is suitable for their child’s needs.

Designing your kid’s bedroom is an important part of the process. The tips mentioned above will help you to decorate your child’s room easily and effectively while keeping them happy at all times because ultimately it is their room after all!

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Helen

Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parent blog! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 80%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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