Decorate A Shared Bedroom With A Wall Pattern
Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends! With a little inspiration from your kids, you can create a shared bedroom that feels cohesive, but still celebrates the personality of each child. Use our stencil patterns to create a neutral backdrop and let the accessories stand out for each child. Today we’re sharing four shared bedrooms that use stencil designs to add style and personality.
First up we have Jenny, the creative blogger behind Refresh Living and the loving mama of two young girls. Jenny’s daughters share a bedroom and she wanted to give them a space that was filled with personality. Since the girls would be sharing a room for many years, Jenny wanted to keep in mind that the space needed to be able to grow with them. She painted the Birch Forest Allover Stencil in a light green hue on an accent wall. Then she selected the remaining decor elements around the stenciled wall. She said, “I want both of my daughters to know they can climb, soar, or fly to new heights if they put their minds to it, and this room will combine elements to illustrate this wish.” Jenny completed the room with a loft bed that has her daughter soaring above the tree wallpaper pattern and a hot air balloon to inspire their creativity to reach new heights.
Emily, the creative mom behind Entertaining With Emily, needed her two girls to share a bedroom. She used a monochromatic pink color scheme to pull the space together and give it a cohesive look. The Rabat Allover Stencil was painted on an accent wall in Sherwin Williams Armour Pink and Hopeful. The popular Moroccan wall pattern gives the room depth and character. To personalize her space, Emily gave each girl a monogrammed pillow and a decorative initial to hang above their beds.
If a boy/girl shared bedroom has you worried, then feel free to be inspired by Rita from Suburbs Mama. Rita’s son and daughter share this adorable bedroom. To bring the space together, she stenciled an accent wall using the Polka Dot Allover pattern. This playful design is gender neutral so it works well in a shared room. Rita used a neutral hue for the wall paint and then complimenting colors to give each child their own space.
Ann Marie, from Twice Lovely, found herself in a similar situation as Rita. She needed her son and daughter to share a bedroom. Ann Marie commented, “I hope this room, which is not too girly and not too masculine, but just fun, bright, and whimsical, gives you some good ideas if this is a design dilemma that you are facing in your home.” She stenciled the Birch Forest Stencil around the top of the room to create a decorative border. To complete the space, she used primary colors and Bohemian accents.
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