You child’s room is an important sanctuary for them. It will be where they learn, create, play, dream, imagine and grow. The environment you create for them here will be something that they remember for years to come and provide so many treasured memories of their childhood. The atmosphere that is fostered here is crucial, and the décor should be conducive to all the activities that a busy young person gets up to. One way to provide them this perfect setting is to decorate accordingly. Here are a few ideas for decorating your child’s bedroom walls that will inspire them to be the best they can be.
A Stencil Border
If you’re feeling a little bit creative and have some time on your hands, doing a stencilled border for the top of your child’s bedroom wall is a great way to add a bit of character. Whether they love dinosaurs, trains, butterflies or anything else, you can choose a stencil to suit.
Chalk Paint for Creative Play
Painting one wall in your child’s bedroom with blackboard paint is one of those things you wish your parents had done when you were young. Teach them the alphabet or any other lesson with the board. Provide them with hours of entertainment and encourage their creativity in drawing with colourful chalk.
There’s so much quaint and cute bunting out there to decorate your child’s bedroom with. Find something handmade at your local makers market, on Etsy, or get crafty and make some yourself!
A Feature Wall
Simple but effective, a feature wall is something that will brighten up their room and their life. Choose their favourite colour, be it yellow for happiness, blue or green for tranquillity, red for creativity, or any other vibrant colour to match their unique personality. Plus you can get them involved with the painting so they can be proud of the work, too!
Colourful Prints and Pictures
It doesn’t matter where their interests lie, there’s a colourful print to match. If you have some photos or pictures they’ve drawn that are especially fun, get them framed and hang them in the bedroom.
Shelves with Knick Knacks
Install some shelves or wall boxes to store and display their favourite toys, knick knacks or photos for a wonderful aesthetic and practical idea.
At Thomas Fisher Painters, we’re professional painters who can help when you want to paint your child’s walls. Give us a call for a quote today!