Kids Room Decorating, Clutter for Creative Walls Design
The wall is a great surface, perfect for creative kids room decorating projects. Kids room wall surface can be transformed into a canvas for art and craft experiments. Kids room decor that includes a large paper strip on the wall at the kids eye level, helps create functional and stimulating kids rooms where young children can develop their drawing skills and room decorating abilities.
A washable paint coat on the wall and furniture or a white paper strip on the wall are great kids room decorating ideas. Children will draw and choose an interesting decorating theme for their room naturally, creating interesting images which make unique wall decorations. Children will enjoy the opportunity to draw and freedom to design wall decoration on their own.
Glue the paper to the wall, watch kids and enjoy the experience. Soon your children will offer their favorite themes kids room decorating ideas. You can use old fabrics, tablecloth or used clothing that clutter your closets, and glue it to the kids room wall also. With scissors and imagination it is easy to create simple and unique room decorating for kids.
Creative kids room decorating ideas
Making wall decorations and recycling clutter
Stuffed little socks make wonderful items for a colorful collection that can be decorated with pins, key chains, ribbons, buttons and bows. Easy to make and functional kids room decorations provide stylish storage for these little things which clutter homes. Handmade stuffed wall decorations are a way to reuse and recycle items and create attractive kids room decor.
Making soft wall decorations that work as storage items can be interesting craft ideas for kids. Young artists and their parents will experiment with recycling old clothing, paint and decorating colors, and create bright collections on walls which help to declutter kids rooms. Colorful old T-shirts and socks, or just pockets and sleeves are great for fun kids room decorating on a dime.
Room colors for kids room decorating
Paper crafts for kids room wall decoration
You can take old posters, pictures and photographs and project them on the wall. Draw the contour with a pencil or a marker and let kids to finish these unique designs for kids room wall decoration. Handmade wall decorations can be enriches with bright paint and creative decorating ideas. Silhouettes cur out from pictures make great wall decorations for kids rooms. Unusual, original and very personal, these kids room decorations help get rid of clutter, recycling paper for crafts.
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Use old magazines or newspapers for creating interesting and surprising wall decoration. Cut out butterflies, mushrooms, apples, pears, planes, cars or anything you can draw on old pages. Handmade wall decorations and simple paper craft ideas make cheap decorations for empty walls while decluttering your home and recycling paper. Plus kids will enjoy making these simple wall decorations.
Collect old picture frames for kids wall decoration while decluttering your home, paint them and ask kids to decorate frames with buttons, pine cones, sea shells, small rocks, artificial flowers or colorful butterflies decorations. Children can glue small toys or bright plastic bottle caps to picture frames. Recycling paper for cut out designs and creating cars, planes, boats, fish, apples, flowers, hearts, birds or butterflies decorations are great paper craft ideas for unique, colorful and meaningful kids room wall decor.
You can place your paper crafts and recycled designs to the wall, kids room furniture, window curtains, picture frames and lamp shades, or you can hang images above the table and in the room corner. Peel back the wings, petals and leaves, creating a 3d effect, and use these beautiful paper crafts for kids room decorating.
Older kids may prefer geometric shapes, like circles, triangles, squares, prisms or more complicated free shaped objects for abstract designs that will add a contemporary flair to wall design in kids bedrooms.
Teen room decorations for empty walls
School-age kids and teenagers can frame old posters and CDs, create a collage with posters and pictures or use shiny CDs for unique arrangements, saving money on teenage bedroom decoration. Heated in hot water CDs can be bended and twisted, then fixed on the empty wall with small nails, making truly personal, unusual and artistic wall decoration for your teenage bedroom.
by Ena Russ
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