Letting your children join in on the room decorating project is a fantastic way for them to not only feel involved in the process but allow them to add their own personal touch to the space. With a little bit of inspiration, you can transform their small space into one that can grow and change with them. Especially when we’re spending a bit more time at home, these colourful spaces can spark creativity and make the room feel truly their own. Here are some easy ways to transform your children’s bedroom.
Pick a base colour they’ll love
The easiest way to make a big impact in their room is to switch out the paint colour. If you’re lucky, a solid saturate hue will last them for years to come and have them transform as they grow. Picking the right type of paint is important to keep the space clean for them. From Sherwin-Williams, try the SuperPaint with Sanitizing Technology that keeps walls sanitized 24/7 by delivering ongoing antibacterial action that kills 99.9% of certain bacteria on painted surfaces and remains effective for up to four years . SuperPaint with Air Purifying Technology contributes to better indoor air quality with innovative technology that helps break down unwanted odours and reduces VOCs (volatile organic compounds) from potential sources like carpet, cabinets and fabrics. SuperPaint with Air Purifying Technology is well-suited for bedrooms and can help improve indoor air quality in many rooms.
Decorate with peel and stick decals
Avoid having to repaint when their favourite show or print changes by decorating the walls with RoomMates. Let them pick from the most popular characters from TV shows, movies or video games that are as easy to apply and they are to remove. Just peel on and peel off with no sticky residue or damage to your walls. Stick on dry erase decals (like this Nintendo Gameboy one) to help them keep track of homework, chores and everything in between.
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Arrange functional storage options
Help your kids stay organized with functional hooks and storage bins. With the right storage options, they’ll be able to keep their toys organized and have hooks tall enough that they can reach them with ease. From drawer dividers to peel and stick command hooks, design the room so that everything is easily accessible to them.