kids room. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 22:36:12 PM
An interesting idea is to paint some "games" on the wall and the floor. You can create a hopscotch game on one of the floor corners and a dartboard on the walls. The kids will love playing these in their spare time. Creating textures on the wall by using techniques like "sponging" will give it a unique look. You can consider painting some of the things that your child likes on the walls to make them interesting for him, such as airplanes, cars, butterflies, flowers, fairies, mountains, oceans, and the like.
The important part of bedroom decoration for a boy's room is to keep it as simplistic as possible. Boys simply dislike the satiny curtains and intricately crafted wrought iron beds. Hence, just go in for minimalistic furniture, both in style and number. Have a separate study table, which can be used for multiple uses like storing books, for a laptop, or just as a table to pile things on (at least they won't be lying all over the place!).
If you have a die-hard baseball fanatic as a son, then this is surely the theme for you. You can decorate your child's room with cards, figures, or even full-sized wall murals of some of his favorite players from your kid's favorite team. Personally, I love those peel and stick baseball scorecard wall murals. The other accessories and room decorations for boys include brightly colored quilts with sports balls, sneakers, helmets, varsity letters, and much more. To complete the look, install a rug shaped like a baseball field, a cool sports lamp, and a sports-themed activity table.
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