Guest Blog: 7 Decor Accessories For Your Kid's Room

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Home is a place where the heart resides and the fun begins. The only way to enhance the tranquility of your house is by keeping the decor classy. Home decorating is always about incorporating a personal touch to the walls and furniture.

Owl Stripe Quilt Set & Throw in Kid's Bedroom - Photo by Rachel Norstrom

While decorating your little one's bedroom, you'll want to impart a childish vibe to it. Just adding a few toys and puzzle games won't be enough. Try giving the room a particular theme that represents your kid. From a Marvel Series focused room to a Hello Kitty makeover, you can consider the theme according to the child's gender and favorite pastimes.
Keep reading to know some necessary accessories that would surely enhance the beauty of your child's room.

decorative closet in a girl's bedroom

Do Some Experimentation with the Closet
Furniture is where your entire room decor revolves around. Every decor accessory has to be in coordination with the furniture in your room. One such wooden equipment is your child’s closet. There are absolutely no limitations to decorating the closet. If you wish, you can use the closet as the highlight and go ahead with the remaining room embellishment accordingly. From a monochrome wooden closet to a colorful one, every design can look enchanting.
All you need to do is match the wall, bed and other items in the room with that of the closet. One of the most eloquent closet decor options is the one with color contrasts. Paint the closet with two contrasting yet attractive colors. Further, add several baskets, storage boxes, and bins of the same color.

stuffed toys

Wooden Wall Shelves & Toys at Rescue
If there’s one thing that every kid adores, then that has to be stuffed toys. While decorating your kid’s room, the last thing you want to do is buy pricey accessories. Instead, go for budget decor and use the stuff that you already have in hand. Fetch some classy wooden shelves and add them on the main wall. Further, gather all the toys that you recently purchased for your child. Align the toys over the shelves subtly to create astonishing wall decor. You can also add a few plants and puzzle books with the toys for filling the left-over space.
Creative Tree-House Inspired Kids Bed
One of the most important things in any bedroom is the design of the bed. While the normal bed can work in an adult’s room, you may want something more creative for your child. From a toy-themed bed to a bunk bed, all such options are quite common now. To transform the entire vibe of your kid’s room, invest in a unique yet spacious one. A tree-house inspired bed completely satisfies the needs of your child. From an eloquent space to attractive design, you get everything in a single piece.
Don't wait, head out and buy the right bed before you begin with the room decor.

Picture frames in a kid's room

Add Some Photo Frames Here & There
Believe it or not, photo frames are among the best room decor accessories. You can use them anywhere. Whether it’s for space or some actual decor, frames are highly versatile. Even for your kid’s room, you can use the frames to create an astonishing theme. Just gather some high-quality pictures of your child’s favorite comic character or TV series.
Add the photo frames near a wooden shelf or the study table. You can also use the frames to fill up an empty wall creatively. Another excellent option to occupy space is the world map scratch. Not only will it improve the look, but also enhance your kid’s geography.

study area in a girl's room

Create a Small Study Area with Furniture
Along with keeping your child entertained with the toys and games, you need to take care of their academics as well. Keeping this in mind, do create a study space for your child. You don’t require expensive study lamps or furniture for the same. All you need to do is get a hold of a small table. Further, add some low-illumination object like an old lamp at the corner of the table.
Align the books over a study shelf right above the table. If you want, you can also add a small flower-pot to create a calm atmosphere.
Keep Your Child Entertained With Games
little boy in a kid's room
Apart from the basic wall decor and paint, create a gaming area for your child. There’s no need to buy expensive games and PSPs for the same. Fetch some good games like board games and crossword puzzles. Put the same in a shelf-like setting. You can also fill in the space with some toys and comics to enhance the overall appeal of the gaming area. Make use of some digital games like mirror crossword 911 to improve your child’s imagination and thinking process.
Make sure to add the games that require some brain activity and improves the child’s cognitive functions.

flower pot in a girl's bedroom

Add Some Greenery & Fresh Air
In a closed space, one mandatory accessory is a pot with some plants. While creating the right look for your kid's room, don’t forget to add some houseplants. For that, you must add the plants in the right place and manner. Along with providing some fresh air, houseplants improve the overall appeal of the room.
You can add a small pot on the study table or the bookshelf. Save some space for the big plants right beside the child’s bed.
Bottom Line
When you think of decorating your child’s room, gather the right accessories beforehand. You don’t have to spend a fortune while buying the perfect room decor items. Also, make sure to reuse and recycle anything you can that’s already available. An old study table, a lamp or some wooden shelves can be of great help while revamping a room. Spread out your creativity and embellish your child’s room perfectly.
 

About the Author:

Guest Blogger Ross GellerRoss Geller is a working Designer and passionate writer. He enjoys writing about the latest home decor and lifestyle trends all around the globe. Through his writing, he hopes to influence as many people as possible to help build a beautiful home and space.
 
 
 

 
 
 

  

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