Decorating your little one’s bedroom can be a challenge. In addition to making it a place where they can rest, relax and take refuge, the bedroom should also be a place where they can express themselves; be it through the pictures they paint, the LEGO’s they build, or the books they read. Hand-in-hand with their quirks and interests, your child’s bedroom decor should be a reflection of their unique personality. Infuse the bedroom with charm and fun, with these child-friendly DIY ideas.

 

Tree Branch Swing Sets

These tree branch swing sets offer a decorative way to store your child’s stuffed animals. The swings can be made very affordably and displayed in any size or quantity that you wish!

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Fluffy Pom Pom Rug 

This easy DIY project is a great way to use up leftover yarn and can be customized to the size and color scheme that best suits your child’s bedroom.

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Hula-hoop Tent

For less than $40, you can create a pretty reading spot in your child’s bedroom. Your little bookworm will love having a spot to curl up with a book for a little before-bed reading!

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Ping Pong Ball String Lights

These ping pong ball string lights are a great choice if your little one is afraid of the dark but they work well as a fun, decorative accent for a teen’s bedroom as well.

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Fabric Wall Art Collage

Leftover fabric and a few inexpensive canvases are all you need to add visual interest to an otherwise boring wall! Tired of the patterns? Simply update the fabric choices and the artwork can grow with your child!

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