11 Enchanting Disney-Inspired Bedroom Design for Kids
August 31, 2016
Kids make the world magical. They have this innate ability to brighten up the room as soon as they walk by. It is that innocent charm and spirit that makes every parent fall so madly in love with their little prince and princess.
It is fitting then that parents give only the best to their children. If they could only build a beautiful Snow White-like cottage in the woods, they would. But while that may be highly unlikely, parents can still build a magical place just for their children. Still among children’s favorite themes, a Disney-themed bedroom makes kids feel like they are the heroes in their own fairytale.
No need for a magic wand or spell because all it takes is creativity and imagination.
The Dreamy Bed
A bed shaped like a giant clam where Nemo could hang out, a couch bed like that of Cinderella’s, or a Pirates of the Caribbean-inspired wall is sure to make bedtime more fun for kids. Choosing a magical bed is an essential part of Disney bedroom themes. But remember to not just focus on the frame but also on choosing quality foam and mattress.
Since foams for kids are specially engineered and designed to fit their needs, Uratex Philippines has made sure that these are met. From kiddie sofa to kiddie monoblock sets, you can never run out of options in designing your kid’s magical bedroom.
Covered in Magic
Do not forget the bedding, sheets, and pillow covers. Help kids get a good night’s sleep with a dreamy bed matched with cozy sheets and covers. These are very easy to find and comes in almost every Disney character that ever graced the screen. Make sure they are soft and comfortable, just the way princesses like it.
Drapes for A Princess
Disney princesses love grand and enchanting beds. Be supportive of your little girl’s dreams and fantasies by hanging soft drapes across her bed posts. If her bed does not have a post, you can let the drapes drop from the ceiling.
Cuddling with Disney Heroes
What’s a Disney-inspired bedroom without your kids’ favorite characters? You can put stuffed toys of their Disney hero on the bed to make them feel safer. Or maybe a toy like Woody on the night stand to watch over him as he sleeps.
You may also opt for something more functional such as the Uratex Kiddie Sit and Sleep®—a sofa that can even double as a bed. It features Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, and is also great for kiddie naps, bedtime reading, and play time.
Build a Castle
A lot of parents regard their little girl as a princess. Let them know that you meant every word by building them their own castle. The simplest Disney-inspired home décor for this is by attaching a castle mural covering on the wall and then a courtyard-designed wallpaper at the foot of her bed.
And what’s a castle without her favorite Princesses Sophia, Ana, and Queen Elsa? Your little girl can form a squad with them by dressing up her bedroom with a royal couch fit for Sofia the First in the ©Disney Sofia sofabed or a sofa bed inspired by Anna and Elsa in ©Disney Frozen sofabed from Uratex Philippines.
It’s Tea Time
Disney princesses like to drink tea. Help your little girl host her own tea party by getting her tables and chairs with her favorite characters on print. You can get her the Winnie the Pooh Armchair from Uratex Philippines that is truly lightweight and stackable, and easily moved and rearranged. A cute tea set will also make the experience more fun. (Of course, they can have milk shake or lemonade instead.) Bake some cookies, too.
Enchanting Study Desk
Never again have difficulty of asking your child to do her homework with a study desk fit for a princess, a king or a warrior. Disney-themed room ideas should always include a space for study and creativity to encourage a well-rounded childhood. If you can’t have a study desk customized, you can just have an ordinary desk painted and decorate it with a Mickey’s ears as book ends, Pooh as a pencil holder, and Aladdin as a lamp.
Storage for Knick Knacks
Collecting toys, items, and souvenirs from everywhere are just one of the activities to help boost kids’ creativity. It is important to have a storage shelf to keep their collection organized. You can have floating shelves painted in bright Disney colors or colorful bins hanging on the wall to stay consistent with the theme. Have you ever seen a prince or a princess have a messy room? Neither have we.
Beauty in Detail
Small things make a huge difference in bringing to life bedroom design ideas for kids. You just need to be more creative and imaginative as to where to put these teeny tiny details. You may tie back curtains using tiaras or replace dresser knobs with Disney-themed ones. Attaching glow in the dark Disney characters in the ceiling or the wall would also be a treat. You may also spell your kid’s name using Disney letters or hang a princess-inspired wreath at her door.
Perfect the Lighting
The magic is in the lighting. Make your princess feel like she’s attending Cinderella’s ball by putting up a mini chandelier up the ceiling. Backlighting on top of the bed or the headboard will also do the work. Use warm Disney-shaped pendant lights or have a Disney-inspired lamp shade by her night table.
The Sound of Disney
People who have gone to Disneyland would understand the magic they felt upon entering the gates of the happiest place on Earth. A Disney theme, such as “A Whole New World,” would be playing in the background. A feeling of delight and nostalgia ensues.
Complete your magical home design ideas by playing a Disney song in your child’s room. It will surely brighten up her day.
Be your own child’s Disney imagineer by creating a magical and truly enchanting bedroom. The beauty of themed bedrooms such as this one is that you can go all out, get a little crazy, and have fun throughout the design process. Just shopping for these pieces is surely a delightful experience. With a magical bedroom, you can help your kids go to dreamland every single night.