Under The Sea: 3 Ways To Create A Beach-Inspired Bedroom For Your Kid
Whether your kids love going to the aquarium, swimming in the ocean, building sandcastles on the beach, or they are just addicted to Shark Week like the rest of us, they may want you to create a beach-inspired bedroom for them. But rather than just getting a bunch of seashells and hanging them on the wall, why not have a bit more fun and create something that they will be excited to show off to their friends? This article will list three things for you to do. Ready to learn some more? If so, then read on.
1. Get Beach-Themed Bedding
One of the best ways to create that under the sea vibe for your kids is by getting them some beach-inspired bedding. The fun thing about kids bedding is that they have so many fun sheet sets that have characters on them, which is a great place to start. Then, you can add a solid cover duvet or quilt on the top so that everything isn't too colorful or overwhelming. To top everything off, get them some plush pillows like a kids shark toy pillow or maybe even an octopus; these sea creature pillows are sure to make them feel like they are diving down under.
2. Fishing Net Toy Holder
Another fun thing you can do is hang some of their favorite stuffed animals or toys in a fishing net. Depending on what toys you are hanging, it will determine how low or high you should hang the net. For instance, if you want to put some plush toys in a fishing net, you can hang the net up high in the corner of their room or above their bed because light toys don't weigh much. Whereas if you want to hang some heavier toys, you should hang them closer to the ground either on the corner or just form a wall. As long as you use some good bolts and a strong net, you shouldn't have any problems.
3. Wall Mural
If you are a good painter or if you know someone who is really creative, consider having a beach-inspired wall mural painted in their room. As long as you pick some pretty colors as you go with someone who knows what they are doing, your mural won't be tacky, but it will be a great representation of life under the sea. When you are deciding what to have painted, ask your child what they like most about the ocean. Is it the beach? Is it underwater? Is it the fish? Is it the thought of mermaids and mermen? Once you know what they like, you can have it brought to life on their wall.