Decorating A Space Room
Decorate your son's room into a Space room will inspire and encourage his creativity and imagination. An Outer Space themed room is just the ticket to blast off with a fun and exciting room. Creating a bedroom or a playroom in an Outer Space them can be done quickly and easily with a few decorating tips with wall murals, space wall stickers, space wall decals and space borders. Why not bring the Outer Space home to create a stunning room filled with rocket ships, astronauts, solar planets and spacecrafts. Check out suggestions for your walls, window treatments and Outer Space accessories to make your child's room fun and exciting place to be.
First, think of the Walls. If you are going to paint use a semi-gloss latex paint as this will be easier to clean from your little one’s hand marks. There are great colors to coordinate for a Space room. Some great colors that coordinate with an Outer Space theme are blues, light and dark greys, bright oranges and reds. You can paint each wall a different color or divide the wall into two colors.
The Outer Space Frieze Frame murals are ideal because it gives you the creativity and flexibility of doing one wall or an entire room. The mural makes your child's room look like he is looking out of space ship. There are space windows and then you place appliques of the solor planets, space ships, astronauts and asteriods on them.
In addition, there are many Outer Space murals that are available in full wall, chair rail, poster size and accent murals eg: spaceshuttle and an astronaut. Any of the murals will get your child's imagination going.
Wall Stickers And Wall Decals
Outer Space wall stickers are ideal for applying to the walls, a piece of furniture or even glass. There are glow in the dark stars, space ships, solar planets and astronauts. The wall decals are peel and stick, repositionable and reusable which are great for any Outer Space room. These wall stickers can make a dramatic effect with colorful planets, rocket ships, celestial glow in the dark stars and even Wallies Wall Play will add that special effect your your little exploring the final frontier.
If you need Outer Space borders then there are wallpaper borders and peel and stick borders that can transform a room quickly. Borders can be used on the top of the wall, middle of the wall or three quarters up the wall. Here is one idea for a border use extra border to decorate boxes or play boxes or cut out the outer space planets or space ships and use them to decoupage old picture frame or piece of furniture.
Window treatments can be simple or complex. Here are a few ideas: Make a cornice board to fit the window and cover it with padding and material that matches your décor. Use a dark gray fabric or a shiny gray fabric and make roman blinds. Look for window rods with decorative space ships on the ends. These suggestions can truly add the final touches to make your outer space room look fantasitc.
To make the Outer Space room complete is to add accents or finishing touches. One can add space knobs to pieces of furniture, use metal signs on shelves or on the wall, or use chalkboard paint and trim it out with a matching space border, find a space themed rug for at the end of the bed. Another idea is to use a large metal trash can as end tables to give a more industrial look or build a model spaceship and suspend it from the ceiling.
Here are some decorating ideas that are sure to make the Space Room very unique.
Buy styrofoam plastic ball and paint them like the planets and suspend them from the ceiling.
Buy dryer vent and gray plastic pipes from a harware stroe and cut and hang them. This will give the room the feeling of being in a space ship.
Use glow in the dark paint to either use on the Frieze Frame Mural so it will glow in the dark. Or, use the paint to add fun accents around the room eg: paint the bookshelves.
With these decorating tips your child will love the Outer Space Room!