5 Favorites for a Creative Kids Room
1. Wall decals are an easy way to add some fun to a room, especially if you don’t feel like getting out the paint, not to mention when the kids get bored, just go right ahead and peel it off whenever you want. Rosenberry Rooms
2. Walls where the kids can doodle, dirty, mark, draw, scratch, paint, and all that other stuff. Kids love drawing on the walls for some reason, right? So why not just skip a step, and probably a lot of yelling, and go ahead and add a chalkboard decal or paint a chalkboard board somewhere on the walls where your kids creativity can grow and grow, and then be painted over. Fern Living Shop
3. Create an activities corner, a place where the kids can do homework, draw, read, or a million other activities that don’t involve a tv and a controller. It could be just a table with some artsy supplies, paper, or books. Play with the organization and storage, there are so many cute boxes and stationery around in stores nowadays that could make a corner like this look lovely and personalized. Bablee
4. Didactic or Interactive Art. Hang things that can help your kid learn things like art and decoration around the room. Things like maps, anatomy diagrams, words in other languages or other interesting and educational material would be awesome for a kids room. Etsy, Wallfry
5. Something hanging from the ceiling! Kids love looking at the ceiling using their vast imaginations while they are falling asleep, actually I still like to do that. Mobiles or other kinds of creative projects like that, even just colorful fan blades could look so adorable in a kids room and help them feel safe and loved. I definitely remember how I felt with my butterfly mobile when I was a Kid, I still love butterflies a lot, coincidence? DIY Chevron Pattern Fan Blades. Design Sponge // Mobile. The boo and the boy
What was in your room that helped you learn, grow and be creative when you were a kid?