2022-12-09 Selah Painting St. Louis MO Kids Bedroom Creative Painting Tips

Kid’s Bedroom Creative Painting Tips In St. Louis, MO

Kid’s Bedroom Creative Painting Tips In St. Louis, MO

When you have a bedroom painting project to take on and that bedroom just so happens to belong to one of your kids, you are going to want to make sure that you don’t treat it like the other rooms in your home.

This is not to say that you shouldn’t be just as careful painting the room as you would any other room or that you should put any less effort into painting it — but rather that you should consider how you can infuse the project with more creativity — it’s for your child, after all!

There are things you can do that will help you to make the room painted in a bit of a more creative manner, so long as you put in the work to get it done.

1. Fun Colors Are Okay For The Walls

One thing that you should remember when you’re looking to paint your kid’s room is that you can have more fun when it comes to picking your colors.

Bear in mind that your child is going to be the one spending the most time in the room, so while you might want to exert great control over their color you should at least allow them to give you some options from which you can choose.

Of course, if the kid or kids go too far out there, you may want to respond with some creative color suggestions of your own.

2. The Ceiling May Also Be A Good Place To Go

In terms of creatively painting your kid’s room, you don’t want to just paint the walls if you have the time to also paint the ceiling.

By painting the ceiling a creative color (that will not clash with the walls or the rest of the room) you can make the room look a bit more interesting than if you just leave the ceiling to be a dull white or even another color like a light grey that won’t give the room any sort of flavor.

It’s also a bit more time efficient since you’re already going to be painting the walls of the room to make the time to paint the ceiling as well.

3. Accent Wall Consideration

While you are thinking that you may want to paint all of the walls the same color, you may want to go a slightly different route and change up the look of one of the walls.

By doing this you will be making it into an accent wall, which means it’s a wall that is distinguished in some way and draws the eye toward it for one reason or another.

Of course, it’s important that you take into consideration what color you are going to use for the accent wall, as it should be the kind of color that will not resemble the color on the other walls.

Rather, it should contrast the other walls, which is what makes it stand out against the other walls — otherwise, it wouldn’t really be much of an accent wall.

You can make use of creative decorations to make the accent wall stand out further, by perhaps hanging up photos or artwork that is important to the child or children.

4. Characters

Lastly, you should remember that since it’s a child’s room being painted that you are free to actually make use of characters on the wall, and that will be a perfectly okay thing to do.

If the main character (or even a side character) of your child’s favorite cartoon were to appear on their bedroom wall, would they think that it was a nicer wall?

If so, consider that it might be worth making the effort to get that character on the wall if you are at all able to do so — and if not, perhaps a wall decal will do the trick!

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