How to decorate the walls in your baby’s room yourself

By analogy with purchased stickers, you can make homemade decorations for a child’s room. The motifs used are the same: abstractions, geometric shapes, natural objects, numbers, letters.

One of the simplest options is appliqués made from colored paper. It takes just a few minutes to make, and the decorations can be quickly changed or thrown away if a child accidentally ruins them.

An older child can be involved in making wall decor in the children’s room. This will develop motor skills and also teach the value of work and beauty.

Decorating with objects

If the child has developed more or less stable interests, then you can decorate the room with things related to these hobbies. For example, you can give a bean bag chair in the shape of a ball to a passionate football fan. For a hockey fan, create an area with sticks and helmets.

Here it is important to take into account the interests of the child himself, and not the parents. If a child is involved in music or sports at the insistence of mom or dad, then an extra reminder about this will only cause a storm of protest and indignation.