Ideas for Redecorating Kids Bedrooms

Whether your little one has asked you for a bit of change or you have decided that their bedroom needs a makeover, you might be a bit stuck on deciding where to start, what to change and what to keep. Don’t worry, it doesn’t take much to make a huge difference, nor does it mean spending a fortune. This post brings you some ideas to achieve redecoration without having to splash the cash.

Show off their achievements:

There’s no doubt that this is the cheapest decoration that you can add to the bedroom, but it’s probably the most significant for both you and your child. Whether it’s a swimming certificate or something they made with at school, showing off their hard work is a great way of personalising a room. This matters because it is something they have achieved by themselves, something they can take pride in and putting them on display encourages that positive engagement.

Wall stickers:

If you’re looking to add a playful, cheery touch to the bedroom then vinyl stickers could be just the thing you’re looking for. From jungle animals to famous characters, there’s a sticker for every child. The positive thing about these stickers is that they are just as easy to put up as they are to take down. This is especially useful considering that your children grow up so quickly and before you know it they’re teenagers wanted a more sophisticated bedroom. One of our top tips is to combine the stickers with a light colour on the walls. This not only opens up a space, but will help these vinyl stickers to take centre stage.

Add a desk:

Even if your children are not of the age to be studying for exams, a desk could be a great little station to let their imagination run wild. If they are already bringing back homework from school, a desk would mean that they would then have a designated area to complete it in where they know it’s time to focus. As a plus, if you choose a desk with drawers this will pro divide that extra storage for pens, pencils and smaller toys. If you’re working on a budget, you can always look to second hand or charity stores who always have great furniture that discount prices.


You might consider a new floor a huge upheaval for a bit of redecorating, but the flooring in a bedroom can have a huge impact upon the overall design of the room. Children inevitably bring mess, with mess comes damage and you’re going to want to avoid spending a lot of money only for it to be covered in scratches and dents. Luckily, there are floors that are really durable but also budget friendly too. One of the most popular is laminate flooring, it imitates solid wood but is much cheaper and more practical. Laminate floors are waterproof and very resistant to scratches, just what you need in a child's bedroom. It is very low maintenance too, just a regular sweep and a mop will be sufficient.

So there you have it, some tips to give to your kids bedroom a makeover and keeping the purse strings tight in the process.
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