It all begins as your boy turns into this teenager who is extremely passionate about his interests, who wants to have everything his own way in the most enthusiastic manner. Once you present an idea of decorating a themed bedroom for him, he’ll never stop talking until it’s his way or the highway. Try listening to him, offering him some advice, and combine your ideas together in a perfectly decorated themed bedroom. Below are some inspirational ideas that you can’t afford to miss out in your mission.
The first element you should explore when decorating a themed bedroom is the color scheme. Depending upon what theme you’re going with and what your son’s favorite colors are, you can easily decide that. Is he an outer space fan? A bedroom with an outer space theme can be easily achieved by choosing an outer space bedding set. Then you can paint the walls with a matching color.
A wall mural of galaxies, planets, stars, spaceships, and the moon would be perfect. You can even opt for a scene that displays earth from space. Then, you can frame that mural with a metallic frame as if it was a window. A group of metallic-framed photos of your son’s favorite outer space elements can also be hung on the wall.
If your son wishes for a sports themed bedroom, you could start by collecting old trophies, baseball gloves, bats, and hockey sticks that could be displayed on the walls. You can also have the pillows designed in the shape of footballs and choose a bedding that supports his favorite team.
Is he an explorer of nature? Does he admire adventurous wilderness? A log cabin bedroom is your ultimate choice. You could apply wood paneling on one wall while painting the other walls in earth tone colors. Also, a warm brown color scheme is a good choice. Use small branches to frame his favorite posters and also as curtain rods.
Invest in some wall art with camping scenes, wild animals, trees, and rivers. You can have some nature-related beautiful photos printed, framed, and hung on the walls. Throw in some stuffed animals like penguins, squirrels, bears, and rabbits. Display a pair of binoculars on the wall along with a compass and a canoe paddle. Finally you can complement the scene with a lovely rustic area rug.