Kids’ rooms have bright, vivid colors and decorated with colourful interior artworks. Decorating a kid’s room with picturesque surroundings has a significant impact on their growth and development. You can decorate their rooms based on themes or add some patterns on their walls. Every kid has their favorite something. It can be ice cream, unicorn, any sports, or animals. Adding ladders and out-of-place edges also look cool, but you have to make sure that they are safe for their room. Depending on your kids’ age, you must decorate their room with things that won’t hurt them. Let’s look at 11 creative wall decor ideas for your kids’ bedrooms.
1. Spaceship Theme
Spaceships, scientists, and galaxies are things that attract kids of every age group. Paint the walls with some planets and comets on the wall. If you don’t want to paint, you can purchase the solar system stickers and paste it on the wall and ceilings. Use some “glow in the dark” moon and stars too. Changing the bed sheet and rugs in the room mixes well with the spaceship theme. You can also add a bedside reading light, which gives a cozy feeling after switching off the bright light and switching on the reading light.
It’s a beautiful blessing to get to reuse furniture and heirloom pieces from grandparents and parents to the kids’ room. Make use of these Vintage interior objects to create the dreamiest kid’s room that has lovely details and full of memories. Create a contemporary look by putting together bright pinks, huge textiles, and pastel shades. You can hang vintage plates with beautiful bunny images over the wall. Hang a vintage scratch-off map of the world for a travel-inspired room. Kids can scratch the destinations they have visited to unlock the fun facts about the place.
Butterflies are generally a girl’s room choice. They look beautiful after decorating the room. You can do some DIY or even purchase the butterfly stickers to decorate their rooms. You can show your creativity by decorating furniture, walls, bedding, pillow, and curtains.
4. Pirate ship
The pirate-themed rooms let your kids float on a sea of dreams. It’s a fun activity altogether after having this theme. Get this Pirate theme by painting the walls with ship decks, route maps, nets, etc. Follow the color palette of white and navy blue. Add-ons like steering wheel, light fixtures make the look of this theme complete. Every night they will dream of sailing to a grand adventure.
Bohemian rooms give a vintage yet modern vibe to the place. The contemporary bohemian prints in the wall look clean yet casual. If your kid has an artistic sense, then opt for beautiful bohemian wall decor. Flirty florals, Moroccan patterns, and colorful prints when matched carefully create a rich blend. You can also go for bold designs that are quintessential.
6. Toy Story
One of the favorite movies of a kid is Toy Story. Both parents and kids like this film. Painting the walls with some toy story characters and boxes with your kid’s name gives a cute personalized vibe.
7. Glow in the dark
‘Glow in the dark’ murals is for those kids who don’t like pitch darkness in their room at night. They are available in different shapes, designs, and characters. You can also outline the murals using a pencil and then fill in using the glow in the dark paint. You can use this on wood, plaster, metal, masonry, and ceramic.
8. Secret Treehouse PlayRoom
When the weather is too hot or cold outside, don’t compromise your kids’ fun. Build a treehouse in the house in a way that it resembles a forest. Get a little creative on how to utilize the space. If your kid’s room is tiny, then building a treehouse at the end of the hallway can double up the floor space. Kids love the idea of a hiding place indoors.
9. Racetrack Bedroom
Little boys fantasize about the cool race cars and the excitement of the sport. You can paint the walls with roadways and racing cars. Paint blue sky at the top of the wall and paint a grey-black roadway along with some green grass at the bottom. You can also decorate the dressers by portraying it as toolboxes and replace their handles with large nuts. Race Car beds will complement this decor. You can either buy these race car beds from the store or cut out plywood and paint it to look like a race car.
10. Basketball Court Bedroom
You can easily depict kids’ love and affection for sports through their rooms. They either love a game or an athlete. If your kid is a basketball player, then the basket is inevitable. You can decorate the room with a Jersey, photos of basketball players, and their silhouettes on the wall.
11. Super Mario Room
Super Mario reminds us of the obstacles and the iconic levels. Kids bedroom decorated in the Super Mario theme looks super cool. Enhance the decor of this room with a Super Mario themed based bed, toys, and steps. Blue painted the wall with sound boxes, and a flag pole completes the look of the room.
The above are a few ideas to decorate your kids’ rooms. There are many such creative ideas available online for you to take inspiration. Themed bedrooms keep your kid happy, joyful and make sure they have a good night’s sleep.
Rebecca Siggers is a Teacher and passionate writer. She enjoys writing about home decor and healthy housing all around the globe. She has been working as a freelance writer for quite some time now. Through her writing, she hopes to influence as many people as possible to improve their home and lifestyle.