3 Fun & Creative Boys Bedroom Ideas

If you’re looking for boys bedroom ideas to redecorate your son’s bedroom, then you need to read this article. We’re going to look at three popular choices for bedroom themes for boys of various ages.

For infants, bedroom designs are really more for the parents’ sake than for the boy. There are lots of great ways to design a nursery, whether you choose Pooh Bear, Noah’s ark or some other design.

At this age, it’s really up to you how to decorate the room. A trip to your local paint store or a home improvement store like Lowes or Home Depot will give you lots of ideas for themes for young boys. Just keep in mind that if it’s too babyish, you might find yourself with a 2 or 3 year old who wants his room redecorated because he’s not a baby anymore!

For toddlers, up to about 9 or 10 years old, one of the most popular designs is Disney’s Cars movie. Most boys love cars anyway, and Disney performs their usual movie-making magic with this one to make it even more popular.

Lightning McQueen, ‘Mater, Doc Hudson and the gang can all be part of your son’s room with a bit of work. As with most of the things Disney creates, they sell a ton of different products with Cars on them, including several things you can use to decorate a bedroom.

You can buy Cars wallpaper borders, wall decals, bedding and even a Lightning McQueen bed. Disney even offers a couple of patterns on their website for designing a Cars bedroom, right down to the specific paint colors to make it as authentic as possible.

For older boys, 10 or 11 years old on up through their teenage years, there are lots of options. Their favorite movies, music, video games, and TV shows are all potential themes for their bedroom.

The important thing to consider at this age is how quickly their tastes may change. All these things can change from one year to the next, and you don’t want to have to redecorate their room every time they decide to want something new.

The best way to design a theme for older boys is to use colors and decor that are fairly general and then use things like posters, wall decals, etc. to “theme” the room. That way, when their favorite band/movie/etc. changes, you can change the bedroom without a huge amount of time or money invested.



Source by Ron LaHeche