Need to decorate your kid’s room but can’t spend much? Kid’s rooms should not appear all dull and gloomy. They need to be bright and have vivid colors. Every kid has a dream room, even we’ve had dreamt of it when we were kids. So why not fulfill that dream for our kids, and with minimal expenditure. So here are five, easy DIY kids interior ideas for your kid’s room that require minimal effort, time and expenditure, so let’s get started.
Do you have those old skateboards lying around? Afraid that the kids might step on them and fall? So let’s kill two birds with one stone: Clean up those skateboards and if you like, paint them (you could also spray over them) and then nail them to the wall – as a shelf for the little one’s toys.
Figure : http://es.paperblog.com/deco-hack-estantes-1653033/
Handling your kids’ socks seems menacing? So why not make a simple sock sack? All you need is an old cloth shopping bag and a hanger (the one with clips) – clip one side of the opening with the hanger and then hang it as a “sock sack”.
Figure : http://www.shelterness.com/27-cool-kids-room-decor-ideas-that-you-can-implement-by-yourself/
Indoor tee pee with pillows
Kids like to play – no arguing there. So why not give them an indoor kids furniture tee pee: all you need is a few bamboo sticks, rope, a white sheet and pillows – the rest is pretty self-explanatory.
Making birdhouses? Why not make one extra, paint it and add a bulb in it – this will work as a birdhouse lamp, you can even paint a tree in the wall and then place it accordingly to make it look like it is placed in a tree.
Figure : http://gerberbabycontest.net/birdhouse/birdhouse-baby-toy-pictures.html
It is pretty easy to make – and looks great too. All you need to is to draw half of the chandelier on a piece of paper and then cut it with scissors, use this cutting to sketch two complete silhouettes on cardboard instead of half (with a division line in between). Cut out these silhouettes, cut one full and the other one in halves. Paint the silhouettes thoroughly using acrylic paints, when dried up, glue up the halves on either side of the complete silhouette and then hang it – viola.