In Part 2, we are going to finish off our two part series on: 5 Inspiring Children’s Wall Sticker Ideas. Creating a new room for your child doesn’t have to be a difficult and expensive task. There are so many options and styles and we understand that this can be a little overwhelming, so in today’s post we look at 5 inspiring children’s wall stickers ideas.
- 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 (available at Stickers Wall has lots of child-friendly themes) and for wall stickers, Stickers Wall have an extensive range of removable and re-stickable wall stickers.
- 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.
- We have a collection of inexpensive options available at Stickers Wall, with wall stickers available to theme one or two walls or decorate an entire room; there are wall stickers available for all budgets.