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Easy Tips for Affordable Kids’ Room Décor

The design of a room speaks volumes about who you are, right? Well, the same goes for your kids’ room. It’s 
their own little space inside the family home that represents their personality. But unless you have piles of 
money lying around, you want to make the most out of what you can afford when designing your kids’ room. 
Luckily, there are easy ways of bringing out the best look of your kids’ room. By choosing to cut corners, a bit of 
DIY, and some smart investing, you will have created the perfect indoor playground for your kids, with that all 
important personal touch.

Color is Everything
All kids’ rooms design should be playful, and adding color does just that. The time of the pink and blue room is 
over, so get in touch with your artistic side. Painting the walls yourself will not only save money, but you can 
personalize the room to match your child’s character. The base color can also be a canvas. You can paint fun and
interesting images, and make a themed room for your kids. Another great idea is to make a chalkboard wall
Kids can play pretend-school, and always have a place to draw, even when they run out of paper.

DIY Storage
Clutter is an issue in any kid’s room. Get creative with storage and keep the kids’ room neat and tidy. The 
little things make up the room, so DIY some shelves and display your kid’s toys and books. It will be something 
your kids will be proud of, and will add a personal touch to their room. Also, you can refurbish some old crates 
and trunks, to make play boxes to go under the bed. These can house everything from toys to clothes, keeping 
the room always clean. As an added bonus they can help you with the projects and get creative themselves.

Go for Quality
When it comes to essential furniture, paying good money pays off in the long run. Buying quality, durable 
furniture is a great investment, and can also influence a positive development. A good kid’s bed may set you 
back, so go for an adult version instead. It will be spacious at first, but they will grow into it. The extra room will 
make for a good night’s sleep every time, and sleepover’s will be more comfortable. An ergonomic chair might 
also be a good investment. With all that back support, it will be great for their posture. While, the overall feel of 
the room can be well rounded with playful kids rugs. Besides adding color to the room, quality kids’ rugs can 
have an educational effect by having maps, letters, and numbers printed over them.

Kid’s Design
Kids adore getting creative themselves, so include them in the design process. Since, they love drawing on walls 
paint a white wall, and give them paint and stickers, take a step back, and watch what happens. They can also 
decorate their room by hanging posters and drawings of their favorite cartoons, films and games. Moreover, 
with magic markers they can customize their sheets, for a new design every week. And as for the sealing, with 
fluorescent stickers they can create a galaxy of their own, watching over them each night before bed time.

In the end, all you need to make the best designed kids’ room is to be creative. Think outside the box, and in 
any case always consult your kids before. Just remember to include them on the projects, so both of you will 
have fun and enjoy decorating their room. After all, they are the ones who will be spending most of their time 
in it, and a room that represents you child will make for a happy childhood.  

About author:
Tracey Clayton is a full time mom of three girls. She loves cooking, baking, sewing, spending quality time with 
her daughters and she’s passionate for writing. She is contributor on High Style Life and her motto is: 
“Live the life you love, love the life you live.”


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