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Decorating a Child's Room with Monogram Wall Decals
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By: Ali Abrahimia Email Article
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A child's bedrooms can change dramatically as they age. When their children are infants and toddlers, parents choose the design and themes that reflect their own style. As a child begins to grow and acquire ideas, likes, and dislikes, they will want to reflect their own style. Allowing a child to enhance their bedroom decor with their own creative ideas is a wonderful way for parents to nurture independence and individuality.

Often, when a parent is allowing a child to make decisions on the style and theme of their bedroom, the child will ask for frequent changes in decor. In addition, small children are active and known to "love" on walls as they learn to move and play; this can leave parents making frequent touch-ups with a paintbrush. Parents can save themselves a lot of time and money in the long run by choosing easily changed decor. Of course, opting for a completely white, plain room would be the easiest option, but one that would not allow for creativity, imagination and warmth to flourish. Because growing children spend a lot of time in their rooms playing, reading, drawing, and daydreaming, parents wanting to nurture those hours in the child's room may choose to change the decor at their child's request.

Wall decals are one easy to use element for decorating a child's room. These vinyl decals are designed to easily be applied to the wall. There are many styles available, ranging in size from large mural style decals, which cover an entire wall, to small decorative decals that can be placed all over the room. Of the many styles available, monogram wall decals are a style that can add an elegant look. Choosing animated, cartoon style decals would please a child's eye and give the room a whimsical style.

Using wall decals can transform a room in little time and with little effort. Using monogram wall decals to add a little personalization on the bedroom wall will quickly lend the room a great amount of style and elegance. Imagine having such an impressive focal point when entering a baby's nursery! Consider using monogram wall decals in a baby's nursery, accenting soft muted colors and light colored furniture will give the room a unique, soothing atmosphere. A parent can delight in having a nursery for their infant that blooms with style and flair. Everyone that enters the room will rave over the different elements. If parents have not decided on the name of their child before creating the nursery, then finding other wall decals that match the theme that the parents want would be just as effective.

Applying wall decals is easy. Ensure there is a clean surface on the wall, position the decal and it sticks where you want it to stay. They are convenient and simple and can be repositioned. Larger wall decals might require the assistance of another person. If using large monogram wall decals, having someone to help place the decal in the perfect area would be the best idea. It only takes a few moments to stick them to the wall and smooth them out. Decals look hand painted once applied and give the striking appearance of hard work and expense, when actually it took little time to transform the room.

Ali Abrahimia is a graphic designer specializing in wall decals and the owner of Walls Need Love. Walls Need Love is a Nashville based business that sells cis the owner of Nashville based Walls Need Love.

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