Is your child’s bedroom boring and outdated? Are they outgrowing their room? Sounds like a new design is in order. We can help. Spruce up your kid’s room with these tips:
One thing to consider is – as your child grows up, their style is going to change. So, sticking with a neutral color could be your best option and then adding pops of colors with pillows, rugs, décor and lighting.
Have a little girl who’s outgrowing the pink unicorns and fluffy teddy bears? No problem. Explore your pre-teen’s style by giving her room a purple makeover. If you live in Whispering Pines, then you know how close you are to the Lehigh Valley Mall or the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley. Chances are, your pre-teen loves shopping, so why not get her involved and get her input on everything? Check out this purple passion bedroom from Babble.
A bed with extra storage provides just what she needs for all her new clothes. And a fluffy purple throw rug with added beanbag chair makes this room a must for sleepovers with the girls.
Bunk Beds with a Twist
If you have two little ones moving in together to make way for, say, a brand new baby, you want them to have as much fun as possible. Bunk beds are perfect for that cozy feel of camping yet an elegant touch of a growing child’s room. Try this look of bunk beds nestled on top of each other in a T pattern instead of the usual vertical stacking position. Lime green walls provide the perfect backdrop for simple patterns on the bed spread, pillows and throw rugs. White furniture makes the ideal complement, making the way for style changes throughout the coming years.
This charming twist on the typical princess room features a carriage style bed that would make Cinderella jealous. On oval mirror-mirror-on-the-wall offset by elegant white furniture and hot pink drapes bring the whole look together for your little princess.
For your little buccaneers, there’s the pirate-shaped bed complete with flags and sails. A vertical map with skull and cross bones marks the spot on the wall, with treasure map themed posters adorning the walls as well. Old books, a compass and a lantern set the stage for an adventure on the high seas.
The best part about redecorating your kids’ rooms is involving them in the decisions. The more they take part, the bigger investment they make in their own décor. Have them choose the accents, or put them in charge of the wall color (within reason of course!)