It is time for you to turn your kid’s room into something beautiful for Christmas. While you are at it, be sure to check out some of the selected Christmas decorating ideas for kid’s room and impress your kid with your creativity –
- Wall Painting of a Christmas tree: You must never forget to keep the Christmas tree close to your kid! What better than painting a Christmas tree in your kid’s room. Your kid would love it!
- Christmas Decorating Ideas for Kid’s Room with Socks: Do not forget to include socks in your decoration! Your kid would love it if you decorate the room with reindeers, a Santa Claus figure and socks.
When the festive season sets in, you must decorate your houses to suit the atmosphere of the surrounding. This will help you to spread happiness and warmth around the place. Change in the looks of the interior will also uplift the mood and make you feel refreshed and rejuvenated. However, if you wish to decorate your homes, make each section and room look unique and different. This will ensure a pleasant dynamism inside your residence. For instance, a kid's room should probably look more feisty and brighter. Surprise your children this Christmas season with decoration and colours which will make them gleeful and merry. Let's have a look at the couple of things you can do to your kid's room to allow Christmas to dominate the house.
Let's start with the walls.
If you haven't changed the colours of the wall for a long time, what's a better time than Christmas to do so. Get into the festive mood and paint them in vibrant shades. Kids always prefer paints that look jolly and make them feel lively. So you should ask them about their preferences and start with the job. Combine more than one colour for the walls, alternate the shades of blue with darker and lighter ones on opposite walls. You can also go for the olive green on a central wall and paint the rest of the three yellow. Pink and crimson also go well with the mood of the season.
How about some stickers and glitter?
Kids love animal stickers and shiny objects. So you might consider putting up wall stickers that convey the message of Christmas. For example, a sleigh drawn by the reindeers with Santa and gift boxes can be put up on one of the side walls beside the bed if it's bare. However, if you can also keep it subtle with scattered stickers here and there. Some animal figurines next to the window sills and a couple of red nose Rudolf stickers all over the place with images depicting Christmas can work best for the walls.
You can use glittery textured ones as well for the stickers on the cupboard and bookshelves.
Wall of creativity.
We always recommend handmade objects to decorate your rooms as they will confer a sense of belonging and warmth. You can set up a canvas of soft board and ask your kids to help you in decorating the board. You can engage them in DIY crafts to make paper plate Santa faces and greeting cards along with mini Christmas trees made of handmade paper and paper mache to stick to the walls.
The soft board can further have pictures and polaroids from the time you went on vacation. This will make them feel better to share the moments of happiness and recreate new ones. Involving your kids and asking them to participate in home decor plans will make them feel responsible and happy to be a part of the celebration. You can also find out some time to spend with them and bond over the season of merriment.
As an alternative idea, instead of sticking the pictures to the board which may take time while you are pulling them off, pictures can be fastened to a fancy string or ribbon first. Use a long string and attach the pictures on it with the help of paper clips or the kind of clips you use for hanging the clothes for drying. These strings can be easily fixed to the hooks and are easy to detach when the season of celebration is over.
Light in the room.
Your kids must be preferring the Christmas bells and bright bulbs of Santa's sleigh. So why not get them a box full of fairy lights and lanterns and all sorts of bright luminescence in the house. Attach the fairy lights to the window panes and even around the headrest of the bed. You can put up the bulbs on the Christmas tree placed at the corner of the room or on the tabletop. These are magnificent ornaments for the three and you can put up more starry shaped figures along with them.
Lanterns can be placed on the desks and on the bedside table next to where your child lies down. It will make them feel comforted and cosy.
Fabrics in the room.
Change their pillow covers and bedsheets to customised Christmas covers with faces of Santa and reindeer paintings drawn all over the bed. They will love to sleep on cushions with red and green velvet cover whispering into their ears the carols of the season.
Make sure you also bring home some soft toys which can also be placed in their room to enhance the overall beauty of the place. Stick to the Christmas theme while you place massive boxes wrapped in ribbons and glitters at the base of the tree to make your child feel excited about Eve.