You've just booked a new home for you and your family, and you've started planning the interior decorating. You've got all the rooms sorted, but now you're stuck with absolutely nothing on how to paint the kids' rooms.
Bah! You don't have to worry at all! Here, you'll get to know some ideas that will kick all your worries goodbye! Just read them, and have a wonderful decorating experience together with your kids.
For little girls
For instance, a Cinderella themed room must have a glassy look to it (remember that gorgeous shoe??!!?). A Snow White room can have a red, white and black color scheme, along with an entire wall occupied with the seven dwarfs. You get the drift now, don't you? This also works as a good idea for a nursery. So paint away!
Another idea is an aquarium theme. You can have all the walls painted in different shades of blue and green. Then you can either get different fish and sea creatures painted on them, or you can have molds fixed onto the walls as wall decorations.
Label the sea animals as well. So she can learn at the same time too! It's not something that a teenage girl will appreciate much (unless she's an underwater enthusiast), but you can try it out for a younger one.
For little boys
You can also check out some movies like Shrek, Ice Age, Finding Nemo, Wall-E, or other animated movies. Get the main characters painted on the walls by a professional and watch as your son revels in glee!
Another interesting idea to paint a boy's room can be a space theme. Get the solar system painted on the walls using a black or midnight blue as a base. You can also have the planets hung from the ceiling with transparent nylon strings.
You can paint on some UFOs, stars and spacecraft to give it a more fun appearance. You may also want to have an astronaut painted to depict your son.
A great way to make your little boy learn his animals is to use his bedroom wall as a canvas for painting animals of all sizes and colors. Paint domestic animals in a shed, wild animals in a jungle, and some birds in a tree or in nests. Avoid using bars to represent captured animals. It might send out a wrong message to your child.
Combine these ideas with appropriate and matching bedroom furniture, and the room will be a delight for your kids!