Your children bedrooms are the perfect places for using your imagination and creativity. You can create whatever you and your kid want – from a fairy tale decoration to even sophisticated shapes design. Rules are much more relaxed when it is coming to paint a child's bedroom, and there are no any imagination rules. Keep these thoughts in mind when choosing a right project for your kid's room.

Remember – someday your kid will grow up

When decorating kid's bedroom you can get a bit crazy sometimes with the ideas. The pirate world, from floor to ceiling? Don't agree too fast! Remember: your child will grow (and faster than you think). Keep the future in mind, and decorate in a way that will allow your kid to grow with the room. For example, if you're going with a pirate theme, keep the walls a neutral blue that can remain as a steady backdrop as bedding and accessories change.

What does your kid want?

Let your children be a part of the decision-making process as well. You may have to gently guide some ideas, but when you can incorporate their passions and ideas, they'll enjoy their space even more.

Don't forget about the reasonable budget

When your kids are involved, you should explain to them the concept of the money. Kids will definitely have some great ideas that just won't be possible on every budget. When including your child in the plans, guide them to less-expensive ideas. If a castle bed is out of your price range, invent something instead which would be at the same time creative and a little bit less expensive. For example, paint with them a castle on the wall instead of using special paint.

Bonus: This process will help your child learn the value of money.

Balance is everything

It's easy to go overboard and create too much of a good theme. You can't wait to see your child happy with some dreamed project, for example, the pirates all over the walls but think in balanced ways. Your child may become overwhelmed with too much going on. Choose a mural or themed wallpaper for only one wall, while using neutral colors on other walls. If your accessories are extreme, tone down the paint design.


Murals add so much depth and interest to a room, and a kid's room is the perfect place to let your imagination run a little bit. As with all things involved when decorating a child's room, remember again that your child will grow. Perhaps choose a mural for a nursery if you know you'll have more than one child to use the room when young. Or choose a mural for an older child's room that can grow with your child. Winnie the Pooh might not stand the test of time for your child, but a mural depicting your child's favorite scenery could.

How to calm down the paint colors

So your child's favorite color is red. Should you splash that on all four walls and ceiling of her room? Probably not. Color psychology is real, and because red is an energizing color, it may make your child literally bounce off her red-colored walls when it's time to settle down and go to sleep.

The challenge, then, becomes choosing a color that is soothing enough for rest but light enough for playful fun that every child needs. Blue, green, and off-white are often soothing, but neutral enough that they can be dressed up or down for your child's room theme.


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