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Tips to Refresh Your Child's Room with Minimal Effort

21, January 2021

Tips to Refresh Your Child's Room with Minimal Effort

As kids grow, so do their tastes, toys, and bedroom decorations. Redesigning their bedroom every few years can be a major commitment but adding a small accessory, updating a wall decoration, or rearranging things can refresh the room in a big way.

For example, hang a new art print on the wall. Try one that reflects your child's interests but keep the colours in line with the rest of the room.

 

Changing the main feature of a room can give it a whole new look – especially if you want to update the room's main colours. In this case, that's the bed! Rather than getting a new one, consider new bedding, complete with a new soft toy and cushions.

 

Another way to make a big impact is with a new rug or floor mat. Try a rug to match the colour of your new bedding to tie the room together.

 

Hanging a garland or mobile on an open spot of the wall or ceiling is a simple and stylish way to add a pop of colour, especially if you have neutral walls and floors.

 

If you don't have shelves, add some! Lower shelves are a great way to display your child's favourite books or toys where they can find them. Use higher up shelves for vintage toys, framed prints, a night light, or favourite toys from your child's past.

 

One of the easiest ways to update a bedroom is to change the wall decor. Rather than repainting, add new wall prints, canvas decorations or stickers that fit your child's current interests.

 

Wall stickers can be large and impactful and are an easy, temporary way to make a big change.

 

Teach your child to put their things away where they can find them with a cute coat rack on the wall. This is a great way to use the wall right next to the door. 

  

Dress it up by hanging a colourful decorative accessory on the wall above it.

  

Wooden toys and dolls are great for imaginary play and can be the finishing touch to the bedroom décor.

 



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