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How to Decorate a Kid's Room on a Budget

Posted by CCE Bloggers on 3/9/2017 to General Home Decor
How to Decorate a Kid's Room on a Budget

Looking to decorate a kid's room without breaking into your saving's account? While a full-scale decorating project requires some financial investment, there are ways to significantly lower the cost and save money. So before you head to the nearest home goods store, check out our following tips listed below. Using these tips will allow you to decorate your kid's room more effectively, and without spending a fortune.

Repurpose Old Furniture

Rather than buying new furniture for your kid's room, perhaps you can repurpose existing furniture. If you an old dresser and chest of drawers lying around your basement, for instance, consider repainting them in a bold, bright color. Kids love bright colors, making this type of repurposed furniture ideal for their rooms. It's also a fun project in which your child can participate.

Create a Wall Mural

Another fun project that both you and your child can do is a wall art mural. Even if your art skills are lacking (or non-existent), you can still pick up some paintbrushes and create wall art. There's no single "right" way to make a wall mural -- and that's beauty about it. Both you and your child can make swipes left and right to create something truly unique yet still beautiful.

Cuckoo Clock

We can't talk about decorative accessories for a kid's room without mentioning cuckoo clocks. Kids of all ages love the animated movements and sounds of a genuine cuckoo clock. When the clock strikes the hour, the bird will emerge from the clock singing. It's a fun and meaningful decorative accessory for all children, so consider using it in your kid's room.

Shop Smart

Of course, you'll also want to shop for kid's room furnishings and decorative accessories at the right stores, especially when decorating your kid's room on a budget. It's best to steer clear of department and retail stores where the products are overpriced. Instead, consider shopping at thrift stores, consignment stores and yard sales. You can often buy gently used decorative products here for a fraction of their original cost.

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