5 Tips To Redecorate Your Toddler's Room Without Breaking The Bank


Redecorating a child's room is a very important task in my opinion because their room is extremely important to them, it's a part of their universe, so everything has to be perfect. Even if the child is not a big fan of superhero characters, try and make their rooms beautiful by playing around with the walls, wall art, floors and furniture. Before you start this project, think very well at what are your child's preferences, you don't want to make a mistake here, trust me! Here are a few tips to help you through the whole process. Enjoy!
Add more colour to the walls - The interior decoration of the wall creates the theme of the room. If the colours are bold and bright, then you are doing it right. But you can do more than just plain colours. Think of a different colour that you can use and create different shapes albeit orderly and paint it on the walls of their bedrooms. Think of what your child loves the most; let’s say nature. Then paint something like the shapes of clouds onto walls all around and see how your girl or boy reacts to it.

The floor is important - The floor in your child's room is very important and should be chosen after several criteria's like, comfort, durability, cleanability and sound. Amtico flooring is durable, easy to maintain and it's available in a multitude of shades for you to choose from. 

Color Furniture and Curtains - A kid’s bedroom isn’t a bedroom without good looking baby furniture. Note that children are very sensitive to colours. If your baby girl loves pink, ensure that your buy many items with hints of pink. Good looking furniture is not also expensive since in most cases you can always customise it. Think about buying a normal bed for instance and then colouring it with rainbow colours or something else your child loves. That would be fantastic, and you only have to pay some little extra cash.

Decorate the walls with toys - If there is something that matters to most kids, it is toys. They love toys of all kinds, but unfortunately, they just can’t keep them organised at their right places. Collect most of the toys your child does not play with often, arrange them properly and hang them on the walls nicely. There are many ways to use toys for furnishing your kids’ rooms, and buying a door toy hanger is just one of them. If that doesn’t work well for you, try wall stickers. Consider what your child loves the most, like cars, and then buy a lot of car wall stickers that you place on their walls. Stickers have always worked well, and the good thing is that there are wall stickers for all you can imagine.

  For our children the world is full of fantasy and magic, so we can help them develop their imagination by creating them the perfect place to play and sleep. 

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