Boys bedroom design can be challenging and unless your little guy has shown a great interest in one thing over the other, chances are you’ll still be making the interior decorating ideas from him. With a little openness to your little guys ideas and tastes, you may be able to gather from him what you need to create a bedroom that he’ll really enjoy for many years to come.
Unless you have some personal objection, it may be a good idea to start with his favorite color. When you’ve ascertained the color from him, you have just found which color you should paint his room. Other than that, you’ll probably have to do most of the decision making for him. If he hasn’t shown a great interest in anything in particular yet, this simply means that he’s taking his time deciding and you shouldn’t put too many other characters in his room because he may decide that he doesn’t like them. The last thing you want is for your child to feel uncomfortable in his own bedroom because he/she doesn’t like the pictures you put up in their room.
When you’ve chosen the color, decide whether you want wallpaper and paint in his room. Paint, more popular, is easy to apply and dries relatively quickly. Wallpaper, well, don’t get me started. Hours of scrubbing and pulling at wallpaper because it’s seriously stuck to the wall is no fun. Much easier to take a new color and replace the old with the new. Once the color or wallpaper is chosen and on the walls, the rest of your job for your boys bedroom design will be easy to complete.
Other than paint color, a nice decorative touch is to choose something that he’s shown interest in and build on that for his decor. If he loves to play with airplanes, maybe put a few model airplanes up in his room hanging from the ceiling. If he loves to play with pianos, maybe a wallpaper border of musical piano keys around the top of the walls in his room will be more appropriate. Whatever his tastes are, it’s a good idea to build on those. He will be spending a lot of time in this room as he grows; therefore, he should be comfortable in it. Yet, if he really hasn’t shown interest in one thing over another, then maybe just a color is enough for now. Decorative touches can always be added as his developing tastes choose a favorite.