Knowing how to decorate a children’s bedroom can be a challenge for some, especially when you’re dealing with a limited budget. Thankfully, there are tons of ways that you can improve any child’s bedroom on the cheap if you’re willing to think outside the box. Here are a few easy and cost-effective ways anyone can spruce up a children’s bedroom.

5 Cost Effective Ways to Spruce up a Children’s Bedroom

Add Some DIY Projects
DIY projects are one of the best and easiest ways to add some personality to any bedroom. As a matter of fact, you can make some of your child’s projects the central piece of the room and build the design around it. Something as simple as a colourful dream catcher could work well as an accessory piece. Sites like DIY Formula have tons of great DIY projects you could add to any room if you’re looking for ideas.

Use Stick ‘n’ Peel Cork

Most arts and crafts stores have Stick ‘n’ Peel cork that you can use. All you have to do is cut them into any pattern that you want, peel them off the back and stick them on your walls to create some fun pin-up spaces.

Go Crazy with the Paint

We all know how choosing the right set of colours can set a room apart. But few are ready to step outside the box. For instance, many art and craft stores also sell paint additives that allow it to glow in the dark. You could use it to paint star patterns all over the room. The more detailed you go, the more impressive the end result will be. So don’t be afraid to go crazy with stencils and let your imagination fly.

Another great idea would be to add chalkboard paint. You could use wainscoting in a part of the room and apply chalkboard paint below. Chalkboard paint can be found in virtually any colour. Now your child will be able to write on the walls without ruining them, isn’t that nice?

Use Removable Wall Transfers

Removable wall transfers are another great way to give any room a nice extra touch. Removable wall transfers are like temporary wall tattoos that can be removed and placed virtually anywhere. What’s great about removable wall transfers is that they leave no residue when removed, contrary to stickers. So you can let your child get as creative as they want with the stickers and give the room their own personality.

Add a Display Space in the Room

Most children love having a display space in their room. One easy way to add a display space is by using something like galvanised steel as a surface. Most hardware stores will have galvanised sheets you can buy. All you have to do is mount it wherever you want on the wall and you’ll be able to use it as a magnetic board.

As you can see, it’s totally possible to redecorate a child’s room without breaking the bank. Hopefully, these few tips will be enough to get your creative juices flowing.