If you are thinking of preparing a thematic room for your son or daughter, it is probably no longer a baby. Generally these types of rooms are decorated thinking of the child's taste, when they have a child character, hobby or a hobby that they are passionate about. The resources you have to recreat
If you are thinking of preparing a thematic room for your son or daughter, it is probably no longer a baby. Generally these types of rooms are decorated thinking of the child's taste, when they have a child character, hobby or a hobby that they are passionate about.
The resources you have to recreate this special space are very diverse: furniture, wallpaper and vinyl, murals, decorative objects...
Ideas to decorate a thematic room for children
- My first advice is that you think about it , in their interests and what they really like. It will be your room, where you will play and where you will let your imagination fly feeling part of a story. Do not start filling the room with objects that are useless and do not allow you to be comfortable inside your bedroom.
- When you choose the furniture you can opt for special pieces that are part of the "props" such as the bed in the shape of a car, a spaceship, a castle of princesses ... The children love them. Surely use it only a few years so do not invest too much in it.
- And if you prefer furniture of conventional style and more lasting in time, look for pieces of straight lines and in neutral tones, they will be the perfect base for the thematic decoration based on complements.
- A resource that helps to achieve the atmosphere you are looking for are murals and vinyls or stickers. There are plenty of models and sizes where to find the one that fits in your space.
- Textile elements such as carpets, curtains, duvets or bedspreads and cushions also add the necessary color note. They are complements that you can also find with the theme of the room.
- And to finish the objects like paintings, decorative pieces, photos ... they will dress the walls and give the final touch.
Do not forget that in most cases 'less is more'. Do not overdo the details.