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Creating a new room for your child need not be a difficult and expensive task. With a bounty of options, finding the right kids room idea may seem a lot more difficult than it really is. With so many products available, transforming your child's room can now be quick, easy and inexpensive.
Kids Room idea 1: Personalised Space
Alphabet wall stickers are a great way to personalise a child's space. There are a huge variety of alphabet stickers available - pastel and patterned alphabets for babies and girls, and bold colours such as red, white and blue for boys and girls. Use them to write your child's name, favourite pop star or football team.
Kids Room idea 2: Fairy-tale Bedroom
If you're looking for a very girly kids room idea, then consider princess or fairies. Every little girl dreams of being in a princess, so creating a fairy-tale themed bedroom is the easiest way to keep a child's imagination active. Set the scene with easy to apply, wall stickers to create a quick and easy fairy-tale mural around a room. Embroidered cloth lamp shades and bedding, cushions and rugs add a soft, feminine touch. Complete the room makeover with accessories like bookends, a clock or even door handles for the door or furniture. Kidzdens.co.uk have fantastic themed room ideas if you need some inspiration.
Kids Room idea 3: Animal Themed Room
A popular theme for boys and girls are animals. Choose from themes like farmyard, jungle and rainforest animals. There's a huge variety of accessories available, from camouflage storage boxes to light switch covers; and height charts to lampshades - these are an inexpensive way to create your kids room idea easily and cost effectively. For walls, consider wall decals or room stickers. There are a collection of inexpensive options available at littlekidsbedrooms.co.uk , with stickers available to theme one or two walls or decorate an entire room; there are wall stickers available for all budgets. Most are re-usable so you can take them down and use them for another child in the future.
Kids Room idea 4: Colour Themed Rooms
Creating a colour themed room means you have a choice of many different themes in that colour. Pink is a hot favourite for young girls - create a room in hearts, flowers, fairies, princess and butterfly themes. Green, a more neutral colour, is great for both boys and girls – if your kid likes green, consider dinosaurs, animals, flowers and trees. Blue theme for boys could include vehicles, sport, underwater and stars. With each theme choose from a selection of rugs, light switch covers, lamp-shapes and duvets. Depending on time and budget you can decorate walls with wallpaper (Linenstore.co.uk has lots of child-friendly themes) and for wall stickers FuntoSee.com have an extensive range of removable and re-stickable wall stickers.
Kids Room idea 5: Dedicated study area
If you have the space, create a corner in your child's bedroom for them to use as a study. A small desk and chair set against a wall, free from toys and clutter, will create a quite space for them to do homework, read or create a masterpiece. Homework schedules, artwork and to-do lists can be stuck on walls with wall stickers. Most of these are re-usable and re-stickable, so won't damage artwork and walls. If you can manage to construct flat packed items, then Ikea has a collection of inexpensive desks, shelves and chairs.
Use stickers to display schedules and to do lists above your study.