A mural is a way to add a touch of uniqueness to childrens bedroom furniture. Do it yourself, or enlist a friend who is particularly good at art. History painting a picture or your child’s favorite movie, a scene of children playing soccer or baseball, music notes or making child ballet. This basic idea will help transform otherwise boring walls in a truly unique place. You can paint your child’s room completely – even ceiling. Give roof a base layer of light blue and then with some sponges dipped in white paint, making small clouds.
You can buy wallpaper murals to cover one side of room for less than $ 200 (see first link in Resources). You can also look in shop of his local childrens bedroom furniture for more ideas. Use a map to help teach your child about world, an image of space or trees for a touch of nature.
Incorporated shelves or tables are a way to organize your childrens bedroom furniture and minimize clutter. You can also buy relatively cheap furniture to match tastes of your child at Big Lots, Wal-Mart, Target and IKEA. Designated areas to store certain items so that everything in room your child will have a place to go.