Moving into a new home in Frisco, TX can be stressful for some children. To make the transition easier, here are some fun and creative ways to decorate your kids’ rooms so they will feel right at home.
Wall murals – Add some pizzazz to a room by putting up a mural that reflects your kids’ interests. Murals come in a variety of themes, including nature, sports or magic, so there’s bound to be one to please even the choosiest child. Limit color and pattern on other areas to keep focus on the mural.
Bring the outdoors in – Planning a nature-themed bedroom? Incorporate wall art, sheets and comforters to the design, as well as the beds themselves. Landon Homes has designed a unique kids’ room for its 865 collection model home at Richwoods Country. The corners of the twin beds at this new home in Frisco, TX are attached to the ceiling with a thick rope to match the outdoor theme of the room.
Painted pattern – If you’re handy with paint and a level, you can create visual interest in your child’s bedroom by painting geometric shapes on the wall in different colors. Just let each section dry first before starting on a new color.
Chair canopy – Create a cozy hideaway for reading in a child’s room by hanging a canopy over a comfy chair.
Creative corner – Set up a dedicated area for art projects in your new home in Frisco, TX. Just make sure to cover the floor or carpeting with a throw rug or other protective surface to be safe.
Curtained bed – Make your child feel snug as a bug in a larger room by draping curtains around the bed.
Boy’s Play – Add a masculine touch to a boy’s room with rugged pieces, like industrial shelving units painted a bright color.
Chalk it up – Let your little artists write on the walls all they want as long as they do it on a designated wall covered in chalkboard paint.
Transfer Art – Let your children decorate their own room with removable “wall tattoos.” These colorful wall transfers come in a range of patterns and styles, and can be easily removed as the child grows up.
Need more decorating ideas for your new home in Frisco, TX? Browse the Landon Homes website to view the various model home galleries. Or come out to the communities in Austin Ridge and Richwoods to see our new homes in person, and learn why a Landon home is better built, by design.