Decorating Children’s Rooms and Nurseries using Murals
Like most first time mums, prior to my daughter being born nearly six years ago I set about decorating her room nursery. I opted for a fairly simple colour scheme, with a neutral caramel colour on the walls, white units and cream carpets as I thought it would grow with her. I didn’t want to do anything too babyish as she would grow out of it quickly.
However, it now looks rather tired and if I’m honest it’s a tad boring and doesn’t reflect her personality. In addition, her room is tiny, so we’re currently planning on redecorating it. To increase the floor space in the room we are opting for a high single bed and will paint the walls white to give the optical illusion that it’s bigger.
She also has a cast iron fire surround in her room. I would really like to make that a feature wall. While I was putting this competition together I fell in love with these three Children’s Patterned Murals from Photowall (Candy Fish, Lucky Ladybug and Secret Garden). They’re not too girlie-pink, more sophisticated for a young lady and would be fun to accessorize.
For a chance to win a wall mural from Photowall worth up to £500, simply use the rafflecopter form below. Full terms and conditions can be found at the bottom of the form. But in short it’s open to UK residents aged 18+.