7 Cute Ideas To Decorate Your Childs Bedroom Xyz

7 Cute Ideas To Decorate Your Childs Bedroom Xyz

25 Apr 2022 | 3 min Read


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Kids spend a lot of time in their bedroom – playing, sleeping and just sitting around. So, it’s only natural for you to want to decorate it to their liking and prove that you’re a cool mum after all!

Here are a few simple yet cute ideas for you to consider while giving a makeover to your kid’s bedroom.

1. Toy Shelf

Your kid will have a lot of toys and you probably store them in a box or a container. A better way is to install a shelf in your kid’s bedroom, where you can store all his/her favourite toys. It not only saves space, but also adds a pop of colour to the room.

2. Pastels

It’s the season of pastels now! Soft pinks, greens and blues give a soft and elegant touch to the room. You can either use pastel shades for the walls or paint the room white and add things that are pastel coloured.

3. Themed Bedrooms

Is your kid a fan of camping or that pirate movie s/he watched one time or is s/he really into sports? Then why don’t you make their dreams come true and go all out on a themed bedroom? Circus theme, galaxy theme and jungle theme are a few you could probably look into.

4. Bed Canopy

If you want your child to sleep like the prince/princess that s/he is, then get a bed canopy. It’s not as hard as it looks, and you can even make one yourself if you have a mesh fabric.

5. Glow In The Dark

Sleeping under the stars is a dream we all share, including your kids. There are many glow-in-the-dark stickers available in the market for you to choose from and decorate the bedroom to give it a surreal effect of being part of nature.

6. A Map

Bare walls are boring. Jazz it up a little by painting a vintage map onto a plain white wall or you can even go for a colorful world map. This way, you can even get a little bit of geography in whenever possible 😉

7. Poster Board

Was that an A on your kid’s marks card? Or did your kid do a really good painting? Poster boards are a great way to have different things on display for you and your kid to look at and be motivated (in your kid’s case) and really proud (in your case).