Get Creative For Your Toddler - Bright & Cost Effective Ideas

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Decorating a child’s room can be a challenging task for the parents, as you want a design that won’t outgrow too quickly, and something you can live with too! Its quiet obvious that, you won't find a kid's room without toys and accessories, but if you want to save those extra bucks for wall coverings, then too you can turn out your toddlers nest into an interesting one!

Check out a few of these cost effective and easy ideas, to create amazing walls as a background.

Show Your Artistic Side

Wall art is a creative way to personalize your child's room. Individuals who feel confident in their artistic abilities can get away with drawing and painting a picture free-hand, but those who want a little additional assistance can use stencils or projections to create a cleaner image. Stencil work especially well for simple designs, while projections often work better for detailed murals. Regardless of the method you use, you should choose a design and colors that suit your child's unique personality and tastes.


Geometric Patterns

If you are not sure about your sketching skills, you need not worry. Bring in the geometrical patterns! Bold, geometric patterns are an ideal alternative to cartoons and themes in kids room.

Add circles, squares, rectangles, triangles of different sizes to the space. To give it an unique touch add borders to it, which is quiet simple to do! Dot it around or provide double lines with different colors. Voila! Your geometric wall is set.


The Polka Dots

The design shown here says it all. Its the easiest way to bring color into your kids space. If you don’t want to go down the polka dot sticker route, then consider painting dots on your walls.

If you would prefer something more complex, take your biggest plate and press it against the wall drawing around it. Repeat in intervals over the wall. Take your next biggest plate and do the same thing in between the first sets of circles. You can overlap dots if you wish. Keep doing the same thing with your smaller plates until you have created a pleasing dotty arrangement. You can have them as close together or as far apart as you wish. You may even mix, match the patterns and use different colors for each pattern. Once you finish the wall, add photo frames for the finishing touch.


Learn With Fun

If you don't have the talent of painting, just add alphabets and numeric's to the wall. Use stencils or bedroom wall stickers, if required.

Use letter stickers to put your child’s name in their room, stickers that glow at night, make scrabble like wall decals, or create art with letter stickers on canvas. If you want to add an extra touch, add letters for name stickers on wardrobes and study units.

Use both numbers stickers and letter stickers as it is a great way to help kids learn and have fun at the same time. Try something different by adding rhymes.That's quiet educative!


Bring Nature In

Sketch the wall with anything that's related to nature. Add shapes like leaves, flowers. Take the help of stencils to create these patterns and connect it by drawing stems to create a tree. These kind of designs are the best for enhancing the dull kids bedroom corners.

Start with a clean, smooth wall before you paint wall art. A clean, smooth surface makes a far better canvas than a dirty wall with chips in the paint, and your final picture will look much better as a result.
And moreover, consider the background wall color before choosing the design. If you do not plan on changing it, create a design that uses colors that coordinate well with the color already on your wall. Or you may even opt for removable temporary wall tattoos, and let your kid have fun decorating their room in a way you know you won't have to fix later!
Try these kids room decor out, and get a customized space for your kids room.
Image courtesy of Zeomen Etsy Royal Design Studio Stencils ebay

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Wow! Cool Ideas
 Riya Vadhiya  |    Sept. 30, 2013, 10:49 a.m.

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