16 Fairytale-Like Kid’s Room Decorating Ideas
The kid’s room is by far the most special room in a home, discharging an energy which is hard to quantify in any other room. The means to decorate children’s bedroom is often done through a mere play of colors which also integrates the furniture. But the room can host many other original accessories, some of them described and presented in the text below. So here are some fine kid’s room decorating ideas so that his experience and yours alike is a complete one.
Create mini art galleries, in combinations full of color which will draw all the curious looks like a magnet. Mirrors, pictures, drawings and other paintings in variously colored frames make a fin small artistic corner which he or she will take pride in.
And since we mentioned the wall, why not turning one into a story? Cover it in large funny and educative stickers so that the whole rooms opens to us as an avalanche of colors full of vitality.
Another method fit to create a dynamic décor in the kid’s room is to accessorize with different patterns. A good example and one within reach is to use pillows in various shapes and patterns so to set your eyes in motion as soon as you walk in.
And since they’re at the age when their artistic sense runs free, keep all their tools together and organized so they always have them at hand. This is also a good lesson to teach them how to keep their stuff organized.
Again, speaking about organization, install shelves of different sizes and let them use various storage spaces, such as these colorful baskets. Besides their chromatic addition, these turn useful as the child gathers more and more “treasures” along the way.
And since we have a little human cub in continuous growth, keep a record of the centimeters using various growth charts that bring extra shape and color into their rooms.
Below are several other images that describe a small corner of the kids’ micro-universe which is their bedroom, each organized around the bed. This can be the starting point of such different games which can stimulate kids’ imagination and creativity.
Sources: Hgtv.com, Potterybarnkids.com, Pinterest.com