Gone are the days when the sole purpose of a child’s bedroom was to sleep in and at most, to do homework in. Recent UK wall murals trends are to create children’s bedrooms that are all about wall murals that are as exciting and fabulous as any other room in the house.
We need to teach children respect and taking pride and responsibility for their own things. A great way to do this is by creating a nice bedroom they like and like spending time in. We need to create a safe haven for them.
These days there are tons of trends and ideas to make your child’s bedroom one that they can be proud of. The first thing to do is think of a theme or colour scheme your child will like. Children like bright colors and in these modern times we don’t have to make rooms gender specific i.e. blue for boys or pink for girls. You can take on their love of princess murals, planes, fairies, the outdoors by using some great accessories, bedding and props to make the theme stand out throughout.
Your child’s bedroom needs to be fun, it needs to help them find their imagination and let it be a little play haven where they want to spend time in.
Other creative ways to decorate a child’s bedroom is to also include colourful carpets, wall murals, mirrors and lampshades. Toys can be stored in fun toy boxes and to turn playtime into learning time, make a reading corner with books or an art table with art supplies. Children also like to look at their own art and a nice way to exhibit their creations is to hang it up in frames with little pegs on the inside to put new art up frequently.
Children like to change their tastes from minute to minute which is ok but when it comes to decorating their rooms, parents don’t have time or money to update the décor to reflect those ever-changing tastes. Make sure you decorate your child’s bedroom that the child can grow with. Before you know it they will be teenagers who have totally different tastes to what they had when they were little.