Creating a themed bedroom for your child will not only leave them grinning from ear to ear, but will also provide them with a creative personal environment that will help them to learn through play as they grow. Check out these top suggestions of easy ways to create a themed bedroom for your child on a budget.
Almost every adult has fond memories of playing with lego as a child, it is one of the most inspiring and creative toys to have. Help them to thrive with a colourful personal space, filled with lego themed furnishings. Lego toy and storage boxes, lamps, bedding, cushions and if you’re feeling creative this article that tells you how to make lego door knobs will leave your child jumping for joy!
Lego Table from Argos
Lego Storage Brick from Very
Lego Effect Wall Mural from Wallsauce
An Astronomical bedroom (Great for older children too!)
Astronomy is a fascinating subject to surround your child with every day and the colours typically associated with space both calming and exciting. This kind of look can be adapted for younger or older children, as many of the appropriate accessories are ageless and can also be achieved easily on a tight budget. Choose a colour scheme of black and dark shades of blues and purples with white accessories and details. Use space themed lamps, lights, bedding and wall coverings to create the theme.
Moonlight from Debenhams
Space Print Bedding by Bluezoo
Solar System Wall Mural from Wallsauce
Teddy Bear's Picnic
If you want to feed your child’s thriving imagination, inspire play with a teddy bear’s picnic themed room. The look is easy to create with a picnic scene backdrop and a rug on the floor.
Bear rug from Dunelm
Storage Trunk from The Basket Company
Enchanted Forest Wall Mural from Wallsauce
A Fairytale Kingdom
When creating a kingdom fit for your little princess, colour is key. Use pinks, purples and even gold and silver to create the basics of the look and finish the room off with large or small princess themed accessories - depending on your budget. Large ‘princess’ furnishings such as wardrobes, dressing tables and desks are easy to find on the high street at a reasonable price, as well as smaller accessories like cushions.
Image and mural from Wallsauce
Disney Princess Bed from Very
Princess Jewellery Box from John Lewis
Cinderella Carriage Wall Mural from Wallsauce
Cars and Bikes
Use primary reds, blues and tarmac grey to set the colour scheme for a car themed bedroom. Finish off the look with a few car or bicycle and road themed furnishings, and if there’s enough space; leave a play area for the budding mechanic/ racing car driver to play with their favourite vehicles!
Disney Cars cushion from Toys R Us
Road Carpet from Carpetright
Race Time Car Wall Mural from Wallsauce
Transforming their bedroom into a jurassic world is the ultimate way to feed the imagination of a little one who has fallen in love with the dinosaur craze. Use earthy greens and browns and artwork of their favourite dinosaurs to create the look.
Image and mural from Wallsauce
Dylan the Dinosaur Bedding from Debenhams
Dinosaur LED Light from Not On The Highstreet
Dinosaur Wall Mural from Wallsauce
If you’re little one is football crazy, creating a bedroom that they’ll love is simple. To achieve this look on a budget, use a good mix of basic accessories to set the theme. You’ll only need a few items to create the look as the colours and prints associated with football are very synonymous with the sport and will instantly transform the room into a football wonderland.
Football Rug from Argos
Striker Duvet Set from Dunelm
Football Goalkeeper from Wallsauce