Is it time to re-do your child’s room? Are they outgrowing the design or color scheme that you have in there now? Or maybe it is just time for a change. Whatever the reason is, here is the guide to re-doing it in $100 or less!
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Contrary to what most people think, you don’t have to buy brand new furniture to make over a room. Here are 5 ways that you can re-do your child’s room without breaking the bank!
- New paint – $20 – A fresh coat of paint is one of the easiest ways to give a room a bright, new feeling. Doing a bright color on one or two walls can be a fun addition to your child’s room.
- Vinyl Wall Art – $12.99 – Vinyl Wall Art is a great addition to any child’s room. There are so many different options to choose from and the best part is that they are semi-permanent! Vinyl Wall Art is very cost effective and ideal if you are renting or have a child who changes their mind constantly! You can simply remove the stickers and put new ones up!
- Area Rugs – $20 – A fun, colorful area rug is a great way to spruce up your child’s room. You can get a bold color, or a pattern, or get one with your child’s favorite character on it.
- Floating Shelves – $19 – Floating shelves are one of my favorite things to put in a child’s room. They don’t take up as much space a bookshelf, but they still provide a great accessible storage space for books.
- Blackout Curtains – $15 – Blackout curtains come in many different colors to match the theme of your child’s room and they are also very effective in keeping the room dark in the evening or morning when your child is sleeping.
Re-doing your child’s room can be such a fun weekend project for your family to do together!