You know me, I am a huge fan of colour and especially when it comes to my children. Both Max and Evie often wear bright colourful clothes and both have lots of colour in their bedrooms. It’s how childhood should be if you ask me.
Although decorating the children’s bedrooms can be hard work and is time consuming, it really is one of my favourite things to do. I love to add pops of colour in lots of different ways. We have just finished decorating Max’s room, and we are so pleased with it. With it being on front of our house, it doesn’t get much sunlight so we’ve had to keep the walls white to make sure the room is as bright as possible. He did have pale blue star print wallpaper when he was a baby but even that made the room feel very dark and a bit cave like! So white walls are definitely the right decision in his room but with lots of bright colourful accessories to make it a happy and fun space for him.
Evie’s room, however, gets a lot of sunlight so trying to keep the walls light and bright isn’t too much of a concern. We actually only decorated her bedroom last year and I love it, but now that she’s getting to an age where she knows her own mind and knows what she wants she has been asking for some wall stickers. After searching the internet for wall stickers I then started looking at wall mural, and discovered Wallsauce.com.
Wallsauce.com provide made to measure wall murals for any room in the home, but I particularly love the children’s ones. They would be perfect for Evie’s room. You can even use your own image if you prefer, which I think is a lovely idea.
Here are a few of our favourites…
Evie’s favourite is this one…
And my personal favourite has to be this one…
To order a mural from wallsauce.com you need to first pick your design, then add your wall dimensions. You then have the option to crop your mural and choose your material. There’s full instructions on how to place your order, measure your wall and how to install your mural over on the Wallsauce website.
Have you ever had a wall mural or would you consider one? I would love to know your thoughts.
Thank you for reading.
*This is a collaborative post*