When I moved into an apartment back in September, I knew that my decorating budget was going to be extremely small. In fact, I lived without a couch for four months due to lack of funds.
I was completely fine with this because I knew that anything I purchased for my new apartment was going to be purchased by me with the cash I had on hand and not credit cards. I still have limited funds and my bedroom is proof of that as it is devoid of personality.
I wanted the first room that I decorated to be my boys’ bedroom. I really felt like it was important to give them their own space in our “New Home.” They have been through so much in the past four years and I knew that finally settling into our own place was important to them. I have been proven right by this so many times. Just last week when the boys came home from a week with their dad, my oldest, Ean said to me “I love our new home. It’s so cozy and happy.” That was one of the best things he could have said to me.
Decorating in an apartment isn’t always easy. There are limitations to what you can do. Many apartments do not allow you to paint the walls. Some may have strict guidelines on how big of a hole you put into the wall, especially if they have plaster walls. An easy solution to this problem is Bright Star Kids.
At Bright Star Kids you can find wall art for your child’s room. These stickers for your wall are a great way to decorate a space easily and with a major impact. They are safe for nearly all surfaces and won’t leave any residue on the walls when removed. They are reusable so if you move, they can go with you.
My boys have decided that their room is an Army room. Their bunk bed is surrounded by a camo tent and they alternate sleeping in the bottom bunk inside the tent (the one on the top is the look-out). They want their room to be called “The War Room.” I think these wall letters would be perfect for them.
I thought of using stencils because I can paint in this apartment but I know for a fact that I would get my spacing wrong or I’d end up with messy edges. There’s no way to fix it when you are painting. With the Bright Star Kids Wall Stickers, you can just peel them off and move them around to readjust the spacing. It’s fool proof for someone like me!
Bright Star Kids isn’t just for kids either. There are designs that moms will love too. Organizational labels, chalkboard stickers so you can write on them, even a giant Eiffel Tower sticker that would look great in a living room or bedroom. There are so many possibilities.
Take a look around their site, it’s easy to navigate and there’s plenty of help if you have questions. Beware, I now want to redecorate a room in my apartment and I may want a baby so I can have a nursery to decorate too!
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