Kids Rooms for Kids
When designing a child’s room, a lot of parents make the mistake of thinking too much like an adult. It’s easy to get carried away with the stylish but sterile kids room ideas we see on pinterest which are designed with more for the parents than the kids. A kid’s room should be theirs and this often means something a lot more colorful, eclectic and featuring the characters they look up to whether it’s Elsa from Frozen or Marvel’s Spiderman. Give kids the freedom to create their own space and stop being such a boring grown-up!
Environments for Confidence
A kid’s bedroom is so much more than just a place to sleep for them; there, they create entire worlds in their imagination to play inside of. It’s in this creative play time that kids best have the chance to develop traits like confidence and high self-esteem that will last them a lifetime. Popular characters from the movies they watch influence and inspire them more that you might give them credit for. A Rockstar Hello Kitty wallpaper mural for a girl’s room will remind her that she can do anything she puts her mind to while a Star Wars mural can empower a boy to fight for what is right. Who will your child’s new roommate be?
Choosing Non-woven or Paper Material
The main difference between non-woven and paper wallpapers is in the ease of application and removal. Non-woven wallpaper is easy to hang as you can apply the paste directly to the wall without any soaking time and it can also be easily removed while completely dry. Paper is much more affordable for those on a budget, but it also requires more work to hang as the paper must soak in the paste before hanging (where it will also expand in size) and it will also be much more difficult to remove. Both have their pros and cons!