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Is the room missing something?

Pink and Green Fabric Letters

Pink & Green Fabric Letters

You know the feeling you get sometimes when you walk into a room that’s been cleaned and tidied-up, but appears to be missing a little je ne sais quoi? Well it may be time to simply spruce up! Sprucing up doesn’t involve a complete overhaul, rather it is small changes;  a little bit here, a little bit there and can actually give the effect of a total remake if done cleverly.

The largest space in the room is the walls, and then the floor. Hence the changes with the biggest effect can come about by adding some stickers to the wall, or a wall paper mural which range from very inexpensive themed ones for example Dora the explorer to customised wallpaper murals.

Children love artwork, it is something that will remain in their memory long after they have outgrown their bedroom. A beautiful art canvas on the wall is a quick and easy way to decorate your child’s bedroom.

The floor space can be spruced up with a fun rug, we recommend sticking to a particular theme or no more than 3 colours. Those colours can be singled-out from your existing bedding. If in doubt neutral never lets any room down!

Changing your drawer knobs is another simple option for sprucing up a child’s bedroom. Sold in sets of 6, these painted door knobs come in a range of designs including sailboat, trains, butterflies and fairies. You can choose to have them in complimentary colours and in a custom design. You can even have a simple initial or polka dots.

Fabric letters are another way to bring life into your child’ s room. The only effort required is placing hooks on the walls.

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