As a Trading Spaces fan and avid viewer of home decorating shows, I enjoy the wall art projects most. Designer Frank was probably the best free-hand artist on Trading Spaces, but he wasn't the first to use free-hand wall art techniques. Being more crafty than artistic, I like to trace or draw my stencils first. Now there are more designs on pre-made stamps that you can use, or try making your own from a sponge or almost anything. Decorating projects including hand-made wall art will make the room unique at a low cost.
For smaller kids, having colorful canvas prints hanging on the wall of their room that incorporates all the letters of the alphabet and all the numbers gives them something interesting to look at and gets them interested in learning. Another cool thing for their walls are schoolhouse picture frames which give them somewhere they can save pictures of all their friends. As a great kid's bedroom decorating idea, having picture frames that open up so kids can put their newest artwork in them not only lets them show it off, but keeps it from being stuffed in a pile or tossed on a shelf.
Another easy inexpensive idea is to implement something from your boy bedroom decorating idea on the light switch or visible wall plug-in nightlight. Now you can find many different light switch plates and night lights for any home décor theme. You can also make them easily yourself. Trace or draw a design onto the switch plate or night light cover and paint in colors to match. You can glue on anything from sea shells to refrigerator magnets to add your personal touches. Try this on a wall mirror for a unique touch.
Bedroom Thursday , July 05th , 2018 - 11:16:15 AM
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