10 Simple Creative Projects for Kids Rooms
Find an easy thing to do decorating project to add a touch of fun in your child’s room.
Go Ahead, Draw on the Wall Chalkboard
Encourage your child’s creativity by adding a broad line of board around your child’s bedroom wall. With the sign painter’s tape of the width to be painted, then a layer of primer paint followed by a layer of black chalkboard paint. With so many new color chalkboard paint is now available, this project can work with a palette of colors from almost every room of children.
Please Leave a Message
Make adorable message board using inexpensive framed corkboard. Choose the fabric and paint colors to coordinate adding fun colors and patterns pop in the bedroom. Covering the surface of the cork with cloth, turning under the edge to see the finish. Attach fabric with nail-head trim pressing through the fabric to the foam around the edges of the frame. Hang message boards and start pinning on the messages, invitations and special drawings for your child.
Redesign a Pendant Fixture
Head to Ikea and pick up a nice lamp. Adjust the color by creating a large band of color by using chalkboard paint. After the surface is dry, write your favorite words or saying which reflects the theme of the room design. Make your children happy by giving them a piece of chalk to draw on the shade. Children are very happy to personalize their room and this is a fun way to get them involved in the design.
Updates chair with paint and fabric to bring in a dose of sweet style. Sand frames with a layer of primer and paint. Once this has dried, paint the chairs with beautiful colors found in the fabric you will use the back seat cushion cover. To give the frame a few extra flowers, rub on a little Rub n Buff ‘, available in several metallic finish. To complete this project, adding a new layer of foam for the seat cushion frame, a new fabric wraps around the edges and staple into place.
Leave a sweet message to your child by writing on a blackboard placed lights in their bedroom. Start with a pair of lamps that have a broad surface for writing, such as square or circular base. Apply a layer of primer followed by a layer of chalkboard paint. If the dark color will not work in your child’s bedroom, paint the base color using one of the other wonderful chalkboard paint is now available.
Paint It Pretty Crown Molding
If your child’s bedroom does not have crown molding, do not worry – you can create prints with paint. Simply run the ceiling color down a few inches into the wall. Using painter’s tape will make this job quick and easy. After this step is completed, the stencil is enough decorative detail along the wall under the new “molding”. To further customize the project, try designing your own stencils. This project adds instant character and charm into the bedroom of your children.
A Space for Young Explorer
Recommend your child traveling with you with the wonders of painting a map on their bedroom walls. Project maps to the wall or just draw freehand, do not have to be perfect to be beautiful. Browse the map and paint over the lines with black paint using a small tapered brush. After the dry line, filling the land with paint colors that coordinate with the bedroom. The names of cities, countries and special places you and your child has visited or are planning to go there also can be painted onto the map. This map as education and brings a strong graphic elements into the room.
Seats a Little Fun
Paint a colorful and fun fabrics can quickly update a small stool or ottoman. Start by lightly sanding the frame, then paint on a layer of primer followed by paint. Re-cover the cushions with fabric cut size pillows plus 4-5 inches on all sides. This will give you enough to pull the fabric under the rear side of the cushion frame and attach with a stapler. Replacing the back cushion to the frame. It’s part fun accents will definitely get a lot of creative use of these things while playing.
Each room requires a pleasing pattern included in the design including the Children’s room, and what better place to introduce the pattern of the lampshade? Start with the drums, oval or square shaped shade. Measure the height of the shadow between the upper and lower bands and the circumference of shade plus two inches. Cut fabric to these dimensions. Attach the fabric with a cloth to apply the glue along the top edge and bottom, wrap the fabric around the shade and turning under the edge of fabric to finish coating. The project is almost no cost and bring a touch of customized with your child’s bedroom.
10 Simple Creative Projects for Kids Rooms By Janell Beals, Isabella and Max Rooms
10 Simple Creative Projects