Kids end up spending a lot of time in their rooms, sometimes because they want to and plenty of times because they don't. Either way, having a cool kids room goes far in making it a place they like to be, which is especially good when you need just a little bit of alone time after a long day.
If you're looking for ways to make your child's room more inviting and interesting, you don't have to invest in a full redecoration. In fact, there are a few pieces you can pick up that will make your kiddo's room a fun place to be in no time!
Have you ever had that moment when one of your children decided to become an artist--on your walls? Maybe you came around a corner and there was a scribbled mural on the hallway wall. Maybe it was a juice box masterpiece in their bedroom, streaks of grape juice half-dry and still sticky in the bedroom or a fingerpainted fridge in colors you didn't even know existed.
Reusable Wall Stickers give your kids the freedom to be creative on the walls (or fridge or windows or toy box or laptop...) without that crushing feeling you get when you know you're going to spend the next few hours scrubbing a wall. They stick and re-stick without leaving any marks or residue.
Because they come in a variety of sets, you can choose the theme you like best or collect them all for a full-on artistic expression (without the hassle. Or the sponges).
Most kids go through a phase where they're a little afraid of the dark, and even if your kiddo is a night owl, adding a lamp can go a long way in helping them get comfortable in the evening.
Don't just settle for any lamp, though--get the one they can customize themselves! These Design Your Own Lamps allow you to use drawings or photos to create a lamp shade. Take your kid's favorite dinosaur or house or space drawing and turn it into just-the-right fit for their room, and when you're ready for a change, just switch out the insert with something new!
When you can keep something creative, individualized, and fresh, that's an investment worth making.
Modern kids are as much about money and technology as we are, but teaching them the responsibility of saving money is still just the same as it's always been, and when you have young children, the visual reminder of using a bank to store change can be a great tool.
Of course, that doesn't mean it has to be boring. In fact, teaching kids to save money should be fun (and it will definitely help in the long run if it isn't seen as a chore!). That's where choosing a fun bank for your kids' coin collection can help.
When it comes to your kid's room, you know what they like probably more than anyone, and finding the little things that make it feel fun and inviting and encourage them to hang out (and maybe even encourage them to keep it clean!) is one of the small things in life that make it just a little bit brighter.