With a paintbrush along the wall
Or go for a wainscot! What’s that? Well, just a line through the room. One half of the wall in a nice light colour and the other half in a totally different colour. This panelling can of course also be done with wallpaper. One half of the wall gives you a nice print, while you keep the other side quiet.
Giving furniture a second life
Does your son have an old closet in his room? Then you can easily give this cupboard a new colour. Don’t just go for a colour, but go for a surprising colour!
Tip: In addition to regular paint, you can also choose chalk paint. This will allow your son to get started with his creativity. Before you know it, you’ll have a monster on your closet. 😉
Add a little jungle
Not literally, of course, but a little nature is nowhere wrong. A plant here, and on the wall a head of a cuddly elephant. Most boys think the jungle is a very nice theme. Especially if you hang a vine in his bedroom.
Create a game element
Think of a rope, rings or a small climbing frame. Especially a bunk bed brings a lot of playing possibilities.
Such a bunk bed offers many more possibilities in addition to a game element. For example, you can use the lower part for a play corner or to turn it into a desk. In this way, you can use the space you have to 100%.
Perhaps the most important question. What does your child like? And what would he like to change? Isn’t he a fan of that baby blue anymore? Change it! It’s and remains your son’s bedroom.