Decorating a child’s bedroom can be a fun and rewarding experience. Nevertheless, with all the decorating options available, parents can often feel overwhelmed and unsure about the most practical decor options available. Kids can be demanding and prone to changing their minds easily. Budget and time are 2 of the most important factors when decorating a child’s bedroom. Here are 4 simple wall art options which are both fun and practical, but will save you both time and money in the long run.
Removable Wall art Stickers
Wall stickers are a popular and convenient way of decorating a kid’s bedroom for less. They are one of the easiest and most practical ways of creating drama and visual appeal within minutes. Wall decals have many benefits over traditional methods, such as paint or wallpaper. They are a great cost-effective solution, and can last anywhere up to 10 years when applied correctly. Choose from a wide range of designs, styles, colours and sizes. Place them on your child’s wardrobe, bedstead, mirror, wall or bedroom door. Decals are extremely versatile and best of all, can be removed when you want to change a particular theme or design. Wall stickers are a great way of creating a themed bedroom, or personalised bedroom. A personalised name plaque or sentimental wall quote can personalise a room within minutes.
Canvas is another fun and creative wall art option. With many different sizes available, you can easily cover a large wall space quickly. Decorate a blank canvas with paint, glitter, beads, silk flowers and ribbons. Let your child experiment and be as artistic as they like. Canvas can also be used to create a memory wall. Simply stick some special photos onto canvas and mount them in a triangle on the wall.
Photos are a great way of adding personal touches to your child’s interiors. Place them in decorative frames which appeal to your child’s tastes and individual style. Alternatively, select a few special photos and blow them up. Find a blank wall space and mount them on the wall. Photos can also be used with other pieces of decorative wall art, such as tile mirrors, pictures, posters and murals.
Stencils are a fun and a convenient way of decorating a bedroom on a budget. Stencils offer many possibilities, such as using spray paints on MDF boards, or simply using stencils within a particular area of a room. There are many patterns and designs available, so decide on which is most befitting with your child’s tastes. Stencils can also be used with other wall art methods, or simply on their own.
Author Bio – Alison Evans is a writer, and manufactures Wall art decor for the home. She owns a wall art blog and a wall art website – wallart2u.co.uk.
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