We’ve had fun finding 5 great creative options that really allow your little ones to put their own individual stamp on their room – all completely customisable and reusable! After all who doesn’t love a makeover/style/room revamp? Plus many of these creative gift ideas for kids come with ‘rebel’ appeal – drawing and colouring on textiles and walls: activities that are normally forbidden.
Warning – these products will make their bedrooms such a fun and unique place to be that they may never want to leave!
- Give budding designers a little encouragement:
Allow your little ones to release their inner interior designer and get creative with the eatsleepdoodle ‘Home Decorator Pillowcase’. With the design of a house already pre-drawn there’s no need to worry about in-depth drawing skills - the kids can grab the fabric pens and let their imaginations run wild with colour schemes, adding in their own furniture and even people. No limits: the ink all washes out (and of everything washable) so they can re-decorate their ‘home’ every week!
- Inspire creative writing – and even more fun on textile than paper:
Ideal for both young children and teens alike, the doodle duvet and pillowcase are perfect for ultimate customisation of their bedding; whether it be notes, doodles, drawings or noughts and crosses, the possibilities are completely endless! The doodle notebook design (looks just like a sheet of file paper, but printed on soft cotton) is a great place to channel all those creative thoughts and late-night inspirations.
And the fun never has to stop; simply machine wash and - ta-dah - a blank canvas again!
- Create your very own take on wall art:
Turn a forbidden activity into a positive, fun one! Instead of worrying about biros and pens on your favourite wallpaper, invest in dedicated colour-in wallpaper for your child’s bedroom and let them have fun creating their own unique surroundings: a great way to inject real individuality into your child’s space, entirely designed by them! Try this colour in wallpaper from PostersColouring.
- Go old school and opt for chalk on ‘blackboard’:
A new take on the good old classic! Why not paint a cupboard door or surface and let the creativeness begin? Your child can doodle to their heart’s content and simply rub off and start again as if it were a traditional blackboard. Perfect for leaving them totally in charge to add, remove and get colouring again.
- Add night-time design and learning too:
It’s fun to decorate walls and ceiling to light up at night - and there are so many options to suit whatever your child’s current passion is. Channel the inner archaeologist in every dino fan with these Glow in The Dark Dino Bones from Hawkin’s Bazaar. Great for personalisation that lasts all day and night! They encourage childrens’ problem-solving skills by getting them to fit the pieces together and watch as they transform into two dinosaur figures.