5 Easy DIYs for a Kid's Room

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Kid’s rooms are one of the most fun spaces to decorate and offer a unique chance to get creative with decor. Since kids grow and change interests so quickly though, inexpensive DIY projects can be a great way to add personality to a child’s room, without blowing the budget to allow for unavoidable changes in the future. Here are five great examples of Do-It-Yourself decorating solutions to bring some fun personality and unique decor to your child’s room.
Left: A DIY upholstered chair brings colour and pattern to a child’s space. (Image: Designing Dawn) Right: Painting an o
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Left: A DIY upholstered chair brings colour and pattern to a child’s space. (Image: Designing Dawn) Right: Painting an o
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Left: A DIY upholstered chair brings colour and pattern to a child’s space. (Image: Designing Dawn) Right: Painting an o

1) Customise Furniture

One of the easiest ways to inject personality into a kid’s space is to paint a large piece of furniture. Whether it’s a bed, a  chair, a desk or a dresser, a kid’s space is a great place to experiment with fun colours that might seem out of place in another room of the house. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you could even try your hand at upholstery and bring in a fun fabric print. Second hand furniture can be a great resource for a child’s space. The inexpensive price point means you can have fun with it without worrying too much about messing up and your kids can have more fun too when everything in their room doesn’t feel like a museum.
Using fabric scraps to create a custom DIY banner is a simple way to tie together a unique colour scheme. (Image: Design
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Using fabric scraps to create a custom DIY banner is a simple way to tie together a unique colour scheme. (Image: Design

2) Fabric Banner

Using strips of fabric to make a customised banner is one of my favourite simple DIY ways to add colour to any space. Just cut your  fabric into strips and tie it onto some  cording and you instantly have a statement piece that matches your decor perfectly!
Hanging artwork from clipboards is a simple way to change it out whenever the mood strikes. (Image: Designing Dawn)
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Hanging artwork from clipboards is a simple way to change it out whenever the mood strikes. (Image: Designing Dawn)

3) Clipboards for Kid’s Art

What better way to make your child’s space feel personalised than to display their one-of-a-kind artwork? Using a series of  clipboards keeps mismatched artwork looking collected and cohesive and makes swapping out art quick and easy. Your little one can change their own decor every day!
Framing a large initial makes a statement and personalizes a kid’s space. (Image: Designing Dawn)
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Framing a large initial makes a statement and personalizes a kid’s space. (Image: Designing Dawn)

4) Decorating With Initials

I’m a big fan of using a child’s initials to customise their room decor. Not only does it teach them early, but it also makes their space feel personalised to them when they start to recognise their name. A super easy way to make initial art with an impact is to frame large letter on the wall. Draw attention by painting the frame (or the letter, or both!) a bright, fun colour.
Painting simple white curtains allows you to customise window treatments to your child’s space. (Image: Remodelaholic)
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Painting simple white curtains allows you to customise window treatments to your child’s space. (Image: Remodelaholic)

5) Customised Curtains

Finding the right window treatment for a kid’s space can be tricky. One simple DIY solution is to make your own! When you start with simple white curtain panels, the possibilities are endless. Paint on polka-dots, stripes, flowers or any pattern that fits your child’s room or interests and you have an instant and simple DIY decor solution.

Thanks for reading. I hope you’ve found some inspiration for some fun and simple DIY projects for your child’s room. For even more decoration inspiration, don’t forget to follow  Remodelaholic on eBay.
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