It is always a challenge to decorate your kid room.
If you are looking for how to decorate kids room walls, then you can follow these ideas.
Kelly Barkhurst, the founder, arts and bricks suggests a beautiful idea to decorate kids room walls.
He says, “Decorate Kids Walls with their own artwork!:
Display your child’s artwork in multiple ways:
1) Frame the favorites
2) Use sticky putty to display seasonal projects
3) Turn some projects into vinyl wall stickers or window stickers; they’re durable and will last for decades, and add a nice variety to the textures and look/feel of your artwork collection.
He continues,”Arts and Bricks is a creative boutique personalizing wall and window decors for kids. Products include Design Your Own options that are perfect for displaying child’s artwork and LEGO MOCs (My own creations). There are
handprint window decals, serving as decoration, and a playful toy, a two-in-one. There are even personalized name stickers built from colorful building bricks.”
Kelly adds a keynote,”Decorating with your children’s artwork has an added bonus, too: it builds self-confidence and pride in your budding young artist’s psyche.”
Sarah, a mom and a lifestyle blogger at dogfooddesire says,”Creating a rainbow headboard is one too many ways to decorate kids’ room walls in order to make the place their own. Paint it with the colors of a rainbow and show them that they are particularly special. You can also use other materials, like styrofoam, glitter, paint chips etc. Remember that this project doesn’t need to be limited only to bedrooms; you can create as many as you want!”
Bright & Colorful
Robert Johnson founder of Sawinery shares some ideas regarding how to decorate kids room walls.
According to him make it colorful, bright and add some patterns: Select bright and fun colors that would fit the gender of your kids. For girls, yellow and pink would be the best choice. While for boys, it could be blue or green. *Choosing bright colors and fun patterns are factors that can affect the mood of your kids positively.
Jan Rutgers, co-owner and designer at
String and pushpins