HOW TO DECORATE A CHILDREN'S BEDROOM WITH ANIMAL THEME
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Let's face it all the wild animals or domesticated make the world a better place. These adorable creatures 🐻 🐼 can also be part of your children's room.
Not that the living animal stays with you in your room, although there are pets for that. What we are trying to say is that you can have bedroom decor with cute and ferocious animals as a pattern.
Kids aren't the only age group who crave a room with pets. In fact, adults also like to have their favorite mammal or reptile in their room decor.
Although most of the time they prefer the existing ones in print or in mandala. This type of bedroom decor can range from a cute and innocent look to a jungle-like design that adults and kids alike would love.
A SURREALIST FUR BEDDING
Fur not only pairs well with clothes or shoes, but it also makes great duvet covers. Be careful, this is not the real bear fur or any other animal.
We are talking about the design or appearance of the fur printed on a sheet which is made into a quilt. Such decor will look extraordinary on your bed and on other furniture in your bedroom.
Your friends might even mistake them for real fur. All you have to do is say that the decor looks too real to make it look that way. It's a compliment, by the way.
"Birds of the same plumage flock together" is a spot on the metaphor of having winged animals on your window curtain. We are talking about how window curtains can give you access to the sky and therefore represent it. Now, what animals can we see in the sky?
The birds, exactly. These animal themed bedrooms for kids, teens and adults are perfect with any window curtain featuring birds.
INFLATED AND SOFT PILLOWS
Don't stray too far from bedding when it comes to pillows. The two must be designed the same, because they are always together.
If the bedding has animal fur, decorate your pillow cases with animals with the softest coat or coat. They can still be related even if they don't have the same one.
A certain breed of cats 🐱 and dogs 🐶 is deemed worthy, in our opinion. All you have to do is decide whether you are more of a cat parent or a dog parent.
INSECTS THAT WALK ON CARPETS
For your space and round rugs you can choose between land animals that crawl on the ground or aquatic animals that swim in the ocean 🌊.
You can disguise your floor as dirt or water depending on how you want your room to look. If you dig aquatic animals more, then you can choose to display fish and corals on your mats.
If you prefer dirt and its dry soil, you can start decorating your rugs with insects and then move on to horses and farm animals later. The fact that you have the choice between two habitats in different styles shows that it should make it easier for you.
However, on another note, the number of options can also sometimes be confusing. But let's focus on the bright side: more images mean more chances of choosing what you want for your rugs.
FREE WALL ART
As art focuses primarily on self-expression in every sense of the word, you have the freedom to choose which animal worthy of the name will be on your decal wall throne.
This means that you can have an animal from the earth, water, air, or a combination of all these elements in your wall tapestry and canvas envelopes. The only thing you need to remember is to keep the colors in tune with the rest of the objects in your nursery.
Never opt for a boring wall design when your bedding, right down to your carpets, exudes such brilliance that you can't push it away. If you wish, you can even put furs, insects and fluffy coats on them, as long as they don't look redundant and look too similar.
YOUR PANDA PANDA UNIVERSE PANDA SHOP:
Decorate an animal-themed bedroom doesn't necessarily mean turning your room into a jungle. But if it makes your boat float, then we're right behind you.
What we are trying to say is that you can even focus on a single animal like the panda for example and that everything inside your room is related to it. You can have a panda's head printed on the curtain of your window while showing the fur of its body in your duvet cover for example.
That would make a very nice room, indeed. Give free rein to your imagination and creativity as in these animal chambers and you will do very well.