The bedroom of your child or children is a special place, and as such when you are looking to improve the look of the room there are quite a few things you can do — such as painting the walls, for example.
There are quite a number of ways that you can paint your children’s bedroom, and today we are going to cover some of the more interesting ones that will give it a much better look.
With that in mind, let’s look at seven ways to paint your child’s bedroom in Conroe, TX
1. Video Game Themed
This bedroom theme for your kid’s bedroom does not have to be specific to any one particular video game, though of course if your child has a preference in one over another you can certainly go with that motif.
The way that you would make this happen is to look into the lore of the video game, such as Minecraft, and then see how you can incorporate the themes from that game onto the walls and perhaps even the ceiling of the bedroom.
2. Aquatic Theme
You can have fun under the sea when you make your child’s bedroom theme aquatic, or even just add aquatic elements to it.
Of course, to do this you should know in advance that you’re going to be investing in quite a lot of different blues, or even a few blues — your typical aquatic theme is going to involve a lot of water, after all.
After that, you will want to incorporate some of the things that you’re going to find under the sea (perhaps some of that greener seaweed you’ve heard about) and some fish as well.
Welcome to your child’s bedroom jungle, where there is much fun to be had and some naps on occasion as well depending on the age of your child.
Things that you can paint in a jungle theme bedroom include trees, other plants, and animals that you might expect to find out in the jungle.
4. Fruit By The Foot (Or Meter)
Another interesting idea that you can use for painting your children’s bedroom walls is as simple as fruit!
It can be something as simple as just painting the actual fruit on the walls, or perhaps even to show the way that the fruit grows — whether it grows on a tree or from the ground, etc.
Dinosaurs — need we say more?
Of course, we should — since something like dinosaurs requires a bit of elaboration, even though what they’re really is to be said is that there are so many ways that you can represent dinosaurs in your child’s bedroom.
For one, you can focus on one species of dinosaur — or incorporate a number of different dinosaurs (some might be a little harder to paint in the size of a bedroom so you’ll have to bear in mind that scale is your friend) and think about what kind of setting they would want as far as a dwelling.
6. Interstellar Bedroom
A thing that just about every child out there loves is the stars — they are so bold and beautiful and as such can really make a nice improvement to your child’s bedroom.
Painting even just the stars on the wall with a dark background can make for a nice looking bedroom, and if you add the ceiling as well it will look even better.
7. Pet Love
Lastly, consider the love of a child for their pet and think about how nice it would be to have a painting or a sticker (they can be often custom printed) with an image of your pet, present or past.
True, it may make some sad to see a pet from the past but on the other hand, they might like to be reminded of a pet they had when they were younger.
If you could benefit from a professionally painted exterior, consider contacting Streamline Painting & More at 936-718-8354 or www.streamlinepaint.com to schedule a free consultation and estimate. Our team of trusted craftsmen is equipped with the right tools and knowledge to help paint houses in Houston, Spring, Conroe, and The Woodlands. We look forward to helping you!