Decorating a toddler's bedroom is a challenging task. First of all, you have to set a budget to implement the bedroom design, and strictly stick to it.
The biggest mistake most parents often do is that they try to decorate the room a bit here and there, which fails to give the room an impressive look. To avoid that, you have to do proper planning beforehand. Keep the ideas simple which are easy to implement.
A general theme is recommended for a toddler's bedroom as your child will outgrow a particular theme after a few years, and you have to remodel it all over again. Let's see the important aspects that you should consider while decorating the room.
First, create the outline with stencils and then fill it with bright colors. Sponge painting is another method that can be used to enhance the visual appeal of the wall. For this you will require two paint colors, one as the base color and the other one is for sponged color. Use various types of sponges to create a unique effect on the walls.
Select a toddler bed and not any twin bed for this purpose. This is because a toddler bed is much smaller in size, and the child will feel more comfortable and secure in this. Most toddlers tend to move all over the bed while sleeping. Therefore, make sure that you secure the bed with high rails to prevent any fall.
The bed has to be dressed up with proper bedding. Large- and medium-sized prints on the bedding is liked by most kids. However, it will be better if you let them choose the bedding. You should keep 2 - 3 different sets of baby bedding of their choice ready with you, as their minds and interests changes from time to time.
While applying these decoration ideas, the topmost priority should be given to the safety of the child. Bedroom furniture should not have sharp edges that can hurt your child. Arrange the furniture in such a way that they are secured against the wall. Also, none of them should be kept near the windows.
Electrical bulbs and cords should be placed in such a way that they remain out of their reach. Electrical outlets of the room should also be properly safeguarded.