Decorating Your Kids’ Room or Nursery

Sure, it’s easy to get caught up thinking about the big things in your girl’s room, boy’s room, nursery, or playroom. But you can be sure that the best parts of the room are the little touches that give it an extra special, personal feel. Here are a few ways to add those perfect finishing touches to any space.

Use old toys to decorate.

Bouncy balls in narrow plastic tubes affixed to a wall.

Get creative with your kid’s playthings by using them for storage or just for decoration. Your classic, metal red wagon can become the perfect place to store books or blocks. You can even use small toys to fill a clear glass lamp. Displaying creations your little ones made with building blocks is also a great idea.

Use the ABCs.

Colorful wall letters hung above a desk.

Don’t be afraid to use monograms or hashtags. Oversized letters can create a great and unique touch of personalization. Whether it’s their initials or a few of their favorite phrases or words, kids will love reading their own walls.

Create a celebration every day!

Gray and red garland hung above a bed.

Incorporate playful party decorations into everyday room decor instead of saving them only for special occasions. A tassel garland placed above the bed and decorative streamers placed near a window are easy and inexpensive wall art and make every single day feel like a party.

Make memories matter.

Old black and white photos hung in a nursery.

Sure, family photos are something simple and common. But they are definitely an important part of every family and an important detail. So many people end up stashing away great photos in boxes or photo albums. Display them front and center instead! It’s also a great way for your kids to get familiar with extended family that they might not get to see all that often. Whether it’s a single framed photo or a whole collage, they are such a classic way to decorate.

Use your kid’s artwork.

Large childs painting hung above seating area.

Nothing will make your favorite little artist more proud than getting his or her very own doodles and drawings matted and framed. It adds color and a healthy dose of imagination to a bedroom or playroom. Plus, they’re one-of-a-kind pieces of art. Have them sign the bottom corner to make it feel even more official.

While nursery furniture, organizing, and the functionality of a space is important, it’s the little details that your kids will remember. And it will be the reason they want to spend time in a space. The sky is the limit when it comes to what you can do to add a personalized, special touch to your kid’s room.

Did you like this article? You did?

Back to Top