Tips to Create a Themed Room for Your Child

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Kids definitely find it fun and exciting to spend their time outdoors; it’s the perfect means to meet their friends and explore a string of different places. However, if you noticed that your child spends too much outdoors, perhaps you should make your home more appealing to help keep the interest of your little explorer longer. Why not decorate his room?

Your son will certainly find it awesome if you help him decorate his room. Before you plan anything, you should know what your son’s interests are. For instance, is he into sports? If he is, perhaps you should decorate his room with a sports theme. Ask him what his favorite sport is. He might be inspired to stay at home more if he has a nicely decorated room, and things to make him happily occupied.

As for the room design, opt to plan it together. Talk to your child how he wants his room to look like, perhaps prompt him to list down all the things he expects to see in his room. Discuss your plans together, and encourage him to lay out his plans creatively – maybe you can even convince him to draw or sketch his ideal room. Aside from giving you clear idea of what he wants, this is bound to be a good way to spend time with your child.

Think of how you can make his walls livelier. Instead of painting the room with one color, why not try putting one of the sport murals your child finds attractive? If you search the Internet, you may be surprised at how many mural design and graphics companies there are. Surf the web and search for images you can shortlist consider. You might as well contact a mural designer online; that way, you can save a lot of time, money, and energy.

Find decors and furniture that can match the sport murals you chose. If your son is into car racing, maybe find a bed that’s car-shaped. Every time your son enters his room, he will feel as if he is really inside a race track. You may also build a shelf where he can place all his sports memorabilia.

Redecorating your child’s room can easily prove to be an exciting endeavor – for both of you. Start the project perhaps when he goes to the summer camp, or whenever he is away for a few days. Surprise him when he comes back. He’ll definitely be delighted to see his favorite sport murals on his walls.

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This article was published on 2012/03/16