Home Goodnight Guru 4 Fun Ways to Spruce up Your Kids’ Bedroom Walls 4 Fun Ways to Spruce up Your Kids’ Bedroom Walls 4 Fun Ways to Spruce up Your Kids’ Bedroom Walls Does your kid’s bedroom look tired? Experiment with one of these quirky ideas to create a space that’s uniquely theirs… You know we have your kids’ beds covered, but when it comes to the four walls that surround it, you have options too. Your child’s bedroom is the one room where you can be bold and create something fun in your home, so put one of these four ideas into practise – not only do they look good, but they could help your child as they grow. 1. The blackboard bedroom wall A photo posted by Hide & Sleep Stylist (@hidesleep) on Sep 20, 2016 at 3:48pm PDT Encouraging your kids to scribble on the walls will feel alien, but these are special chalkboard walls that you create with chalkboard paint. You and the kids can create whatever design you like and just rub it off when you fancy a change – saving you the hassle of constantly repainting it. Write your little one’s name above their bed, sketch their favourite cartoon characters or let them do it their way – your toddler could learn to write on their blackboard wall, while your teen gets artsy or maybe revise for school. You’d think it’d make your bedroom feel darker or smaller, but blackboard bedroom walls can blur the edges of the room, giving the illusion of more space. Win, win. 2. The statement bedroom wall A photo posted by L I T T L E B A L I L O V E (@littlebalilove) on Sep 25, 2016 at 8:53pm PDT kid’s headboard with wallpaper. Pick something they like now, but won’t embarrass them when they’re older – think classic patterns in their favourite colour, instead of a theme they could outgrow. Not only will you highlight the main feature of the room, their bed, but you’ll help them sleep, by keeping the distracting fun wall behind their head. 3. The freshly painted bedroom wall A photo posted by little P (@littlepforlittlepeople) on Sep 26, 2016 at 7:31pm PDT Neutral and earthy tones are very calming and relaxing, but if you’re worried that off white, grey, beige or taupe are too mature for your little one, just punctuate the room with colour – on pillows and bedspreads. If you still want to go wild with the boldest colours, try to get them in pastel shades so they’re less distracting. 4. The frame covered bedroom wall A photo posted by Sarah (@casa_williams) on Sep 26, 2016 at 9:15pm PDT Need a new kid’s bed? From Red London Bus and Racing Car shaped dream machines, to bunk beds and more mature numbers, find the best for your child right here on Bed Guru – even the bed sheets and bed linen you'll need to make your new bed sleep ready. Call us if you need to.