School Break could be a great time to do a kids room makeover.
Below are highlights from a couple articles with great tips and ideas.
ROOM TO GROW:
10 FUN WAYS TO UPDATE KIDS ROOMS ON A BUDGET
Fortunately, switching up a kid’s bedroom doesn’t have to be a budget-breaker. If you plan ahead, you can come in under budget and accomplish a lot in just one weekend. Plus, when we work together and tap into our family’s
creativity—it can be a lot of fun! When we get our kids invested in the process, they not only love their new room, but oftentimes they also gain a renewed commitment to keeping toys off the floor and school supplies organized.
1. GET YOUR KIDS INVOLVED
2. PLAN IT OUT FIRST
3. GO SIMPLE, AND CLEAR THE CLUTTER
4. ADD LOTS OF STORAGE OPTIONS
5. PICK A NEUTRAL PALATE AND ACCENT WITH COLOR
6. CREATE ZONES
7. ADD PERSONAL FLAIR
8. USE VINTAGE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
10. REPURPOSE AND RECYCLE
The Statement Wall- This big-scale design makes an impact, but easily changes over time: We can hang art inside the shapes or add decals on top.
The Storage Plan- I floated crates on the wall to create the illusion of more space. Inside them, bins corral smaller toys.
A Cozy Corner- Tossed all their stuffed animals into a hardy laundry bag. When it’s totally full, it works as a big floor pillow, but it’s easy to dump out when it’s time to play.
Easy Seating- Now I want to make a whole forest of critter stools.
The Lighting- Blocks and a big shade? Perfect!
We'd love to see your before and after photos if you take advantage!