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Create a Mural in a Child’s Room

In addition to beautifying the sides of the room, murals on the walls can also be a source of imagination for your beloved baby. Interested in applying the concept of a mural in your friend’s room? Here, there are three tips and tricks that can be followed!

It is important to adjust to the child’s preference
The number of references on social media can make it easier for us to determine the design of children’s bedroom murals. The atmosphere cheerful, calm, or even energetic can be applied, depending on the personal baby. The most important thing in making murals in a child’s room, the design is in accordance with children’s preferences, so they can make them comfortable in their own room.

The location and extent of the murals in the child’s room must be different, depending on the condition of the child’s room.

For rooms that are quite spacious but have a little furniture and decoration, can apply murals on each side of the wall. Murals on each side of the wall can fill the blanks, so the lack of furniture and decoration can compensate for the size of the spacious room. Meanwhile, murals on one side of the wall, or a simple mural design can ‘revive’ the atmosphere in the room.

Mural images in children’s rooms, can give a mild impression
The design of murals in children’s rooms is indeed varied, depending on the baby’s favorite A number of simple designs can be applied, such as circular and oval patterns with a variety of size variations, or patra horizontal lines that give the impression of calm in space. The use of diagonal stripes or triangular shapes can also be applied, which can provide enthusiasm and energy for your baby.

Mural designs can also resemble natural formations. For example, trees in the forest, mountains, or clouds in the sky.

Designs that resemble natural formations can foster the intuition of children to be sensitive to the surrounding environment. In addition, it is also possible to be combined with children’s favorite cartoon characters, such as Winnie the Pooh or Doraemon.

These designs can use a variety of colors, but you should use a combination of pastel colors.

Adjust also the favorite color of the baby.

In addition, also use wall paint that is safe for health, low content of VOC (Volatile Compound Organic), as well as anti-germs and bacteria.

More interesting if combined with furniture and decoration
The mural design is not only ‘attached’ to the wall, but can also be harmonized with existing furniture and decorations. For example, the design of a helicopter mural landing on a cupboard, birds perched on a mattress bed, or lines around a wall clock to resemble the sun.

This combination makes the mural design can be integrated with the physical furniture in a child’s room, so that the design becomes more interactive and attractive.

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