7 Low-Cost Ways to Decorate Your Kids’ Bedroom
Looking for ideas on how to decorate your kids’ bedroom? There are many inexpensive ways to add some fun into your children’s room without spending a ton of money. We’ve got 10 tips that you can follow to make your child’s bedroom more fun, colorful and organized:
- Make sure your kids’ closet, shelves etc. are at a height that’s accessible to them. If they can’t reach them, they won’t be able to use them and stay organized. Try to get these items custom made to suit the needs of your children.
- You can easily buy paint in a nearby arts and crafts store with an additive that makes it glow in the dark. Buy the color of your choice and paint their ceiling with moons and stars. Not only will this give the room a good look but it will also make your kids excited to turn off the lights for bedtime.
- Buy removable wall transfers for your kids’ bedroom. They can be easily bought from children’s stores at affordable prices and come in a wide variety of designs and patterns. These are temporary tattoos that can be used to decorate the walls of your kids’ room. Let your children have some fun decorating their walls the way they want, without worrying about damaging the paint.
- Kids love collecting things, whether it’s postcards, pictures, stamps, stones etc. Instead of keeping their collections hidden away in a closet, clip them along a wall with strings or hang them near a window. This is an easy and affordable decorating tip that won’t cost any money.
- Most parents create a growth chart for their kids in their bedroom. Instead of that, make a fun border around one wall of the room. Every month, put your kid’s hand-print inside the border using water-based, non-toxic paint. Watch how their hands grow every month.
- One of the most inexpensive ways of decorating a child’s bedroom is having their artwork framed and hanging it on a wall. Have them create colorful paintings and drawings and hang them together. Not only will this look nice but also give your child confidence in their creative skills.
- Kids love magnets. Instead of buying an expensive magnet board, buy a sheet of low-cost galvanized metal from a local home improvement store. Simply mount it on one of the walls of your kids’ bedroom and you have an inexpensive magnet board.
Do you have any special tips and tricks to decorate your kids’ bedroom? Let us know by sharing them in the comments.