Wall Treatment for Kids Room

Many people come to Piccolo House for wall decoration advices . There are few basic choices when it comes to walls : decorate them to make a dramatic statement, or let them act as an unobtrusive backdrop for  the furnishing.

If the room lacks architectural interest, you can create eye-catching effects with paint, wallpaper, decal or combination of the any two.  Your only limitation is your imagination and the time and money you have to spend for kids’ rooms. Many available methods allow you to create fun effects with no particular professional skills. Eg. Glow in the dark and glittery top coats, as well as blackboard paint that kids can write and draw on J

Wall Decals is an inexpensive way to decorate a wall. Your kid’s tastes are always changing, today it’s trains, and tomorrow it’s Mickey Mouse! Use wall stickers to keep up with their ever-changing world. No worrying about holes in the wall or peeled off paint, just remove and replace with re-stickable wall decals.

Wallpaper can add instant style to your child’s room and give you a headstart in developing the overall decorating scheme. Remember to match with the coordinate fabric curtain. You can easily mix and match them to create a cohesive look not only for the wall but for the window treatments and bed dressings as well. But don’t go overboard with mix and match prints. You want your child’s room to reflect his or her unique personality. Large-scale pattern print might be too much for an entire bedroom, you can give it to a feature wall and the rest of the wall with simpler wall paper design or plain painted wall.

Let our kids go beyond the paint and personalize their bedroom.


1. Pick a theme that will coordinate easily with the room’s other elements, such as bedding and curtains

2. Use a peel able border over plain wallpaper. As your child’s tastes change, you can simple replace the border.

3. To be on the safe side, it’s a good idea to take a small cutting of wallpaper or take photo of the design and print it out, have a curtain fabric cut-out and paint colour sample, tape or track it on the wall, this is the only way you can be sure that what you’ve selected will look the way you envisioned.

4. Always check the dimension of the roll of wallpaper and its pattern repeat, this is to ensure you will not waste too much excess wallpaper.

5. Use color effectively to enhance the perception of the space itself. Make a large room fell cozy with warm colors, conversely open up a small room with cool colors or neutrals.ImageImageImage


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