Now that kids are home for the summer, getting their ideas – and help – with a bedroom remodel can be a great family activity. All it takes is a little elbow grease and a few hours to make any kid’s room look completely different, and better match their ever-evolving tastes.
One of the easiest ways to make a whole bedroom feel a little different is by putting more art on the walls, according to Country Living. Designing one wall like something out of an art gallery, with one large picture or poster centering a number of smaller ones, can help keep kids inspired. This is also likely to be true of any new, brightly colored paint job – as long as parents and kids can agree on a color – or newly built furniture that helps to store and display all their toys in interesting ways.
Something many kids enjoy is a themed room motif that caters to their tastes, according to Good Housekeeping. For instance, if a little boy or girl is obsessed with jungle animals, painting some shrubbery and trees on the wall can be a fun way to engage and deepen that interest.
When redesigning a kid’s room, it’s vital to get their input at every step of the process. After all, it’s their room and they’ll be spending the most time in it. As long as parents and kids can come up with a design scheme that works for everyone, it can be fun to go a little crazy with individual flair.
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