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Every baby deserves a nicely decorated bedroom - here are various options that will let you give your baby a special bedroom to grow up in.
Wallpaper: You can buy some really fun wallpapers for children's bedrooms but beware that a small pattern or dark paper will make a room appear smaller. If you choose wallpaper, make sure you select a paper that can be washed with a damp cloth. The disadvantages of wallpaper are that you can't then add your own paint designs on top, and if you want to redecorate, you can't just paint over to change the look of the room.
Paint: If the walls aren't in great condition, then fill any marks, then line with lining paper. Choose light paints to make the room feel bigger, if there's not a lot of direct light, then look at using high light-reflecting paints to create better light. The great thing about simply painting is that when you want to change the look of the room, you only have to repaint again. You can use various techniques to make the room more interesting:-
Wallies: Wallies or wall decals are vinyl stickers that you can stick to your wall and create little scenes or other decoration. Wallies are becoming more popular in the UK, but for the widest selection of designs, look at buying online from a supplier in the USA where there is so much more choice! If you hunt around, you'll find wallies for many different popular characters as well as generic themes such as space, dinosaurs, sports, fairies, animals and so on.
Stencils and sponging: If you aren't able to create your own mural, you can always buy stencils or use sponges to create your own effects.
Choose a theme and decorate the room in a common theme throughout. Ideas include jungle, space, under the sea, fantasy fairy land or princess, although with just a little imagination, you'll come up with lots more!
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