You don’t have to be an interior designer or buy expensive furniture to update your child’s room. Liven up their bedroom with stylish decorations you can easily create yourself. These 10 simple do-it-yourself projects will help you add some fun, unique touches to their walls and play spaces. And because many of these decorations are made using objects that you can find around the house, they’re budget-friendly, too.
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Alphabet Board – Kids can learn and play on a magnetic board an oil pan made from an oil pan or cookie sheet. You can also give the metal sheet a coat of spray paint for added “oomph.”
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Beaded Chandelier – Cover an old chandelier with a kaleidoscope of color using inexpensive metallic beaded necklaces for a bright and fun light fixture.
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Board Game Wall Art – Toy storage and wall decor in one, their board games become a work of art by adding a simple-to-make frame.
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Book Sling – Keep their favorite storybooks bedside with this adorable book sling, which is made using fabric and a curtain rod.
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Cozy Car Caddy - Using some fabric, old denim, and velcro, this car caddy is a cute way to store their Matchbox and Hot Wheels.
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Indoor Swing – Bring a little piece of their outdoor toys in with an indoor swing you can hang within their bedroom.
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Lego Table – Why pay $90+ for go table when you can make on yourself by gluing a Lego plate onto an inexpensive table. This version will also show you how to add a little road to turn your table into a town.
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Nail & String Wall Art – Inexpensive and easy, put your child’s name or inspirational phrase on their wall by weaving embroidery string around an assembly of nails.
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Skateboard Shelves – For decor that pops, get on board with these mini skateboard shelves.
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Cupcake Flower Lights – Attach cupcake papers to a string of light to make garden of flower lights that will brighten up their space.