DIY kid's room peel & stick wallpaper idea no.1 - Style cozy reading nook
Create a cozy reading nook for your toddler. Look for a wallpaper pattern that would fit well with the rest of the interior and add it to your reading corner wall. An adorable example is our client's reading nook above with our Grey Wildflower wallpaper from Minimal Boho kids room wallpaper collection. It makes it so much dreamier!
DIY kid's room peel & stick wallpaper idea No.2 - Decorate kid’s playroom
As we all know, kids can quickly get bored with the toys they have. Here is a trick on how to freshen things up - use peel and stick wallpaper. Add fun and colorful patterns to your kids' playroom and toys to reset their imagination. Just look at the play kitchen makeover done by @ciarachanelself with our Black modern herringbone wallpaper from Minimalist Kid's room wallpaper collection. A truly stylish backsplash for the little chef.
DIY kid's room peel & stick wallpaper idea No.3 - Simple closet makeover
Brighten up your kids' room closet with colors and patterns by adding self-adhesive wallpaper to the back of the closet walls. By doing this, the closet will appear to have an extra depth. For inspiration, above is a built-in closet with our custom color Subtle Floral wall decor from our Modern Bohemian wallpaper collection. Click here to see a full nursery room tour video by Stephanie Hoey Interiors.
DIY kid's room peel & stick wallpaper idea No.4 - Simple bookcase upgrade
DIY kid's room peel & stick wallpaper idea No.5 - Framed chalkboard
The 5th DIY kid's room self-adhesive wallpaper idea is simple - framed chalkboard wallpaper. This is a great DIY project idea for kids' who love to draw. Frame Removable Chalkboard wallpaper and put it on the wall, like in the picture above or cover the whole wall. Let your kids' express themselves to the fullest and enjoy the possibility of new wall art each day. Read more about the Winter Daisy boy's room project here!
I hope that this blog post gave you new DIY ideas on how to use self-adhesive wallpaper in your kid's room interior. If you have any questions or would like to add your thoughts, feel free to leave a comment!