Decorating a room with teddy bears is as easy, especially a child’s room. Keep in mind this is your child’s room, not your room when you were their age. You may have wanted to sleep in a mountain of bears, but they may not. Of course, if they are more like you, go for it.
Get your Child’s Input
The first thing you should do is go over any ideas you may have with your child and ask them for their input. They may already have a certain teddy bear theme of their own. Make a list of all the things you’ll need to decorate their room before you head out to town, you don’t want to forget something.
The Baby’s Room
A baby’s room is the type of room you’ll have the most fun in decorating. There is a never-ending supply of teddy bears to use as decoration.
Using teddy bears can change the atmosphere in a child’s room from serious to playful. A teen’s room can be as plain as can be, but the moment you toss teddy bears on a book shelf and on the bed and it already looks a little friendlier. Don’t add too many as you don’t want them to end up in the hallway.
Bears on the Shelf
Teddy bears on shelves makes a child feel safe and lets them know that their friends are watching out for them. Keep in mind, this is the stage when everything is hiding in the closets and under the bed, but with a couple of bear friends, your child will sleep through the night.
Let There be Light
Add a bit of light to the room by bringing in a lamp with teddy bears on the shade. If you can’t find any, buy a plain white lamp shade and sponge paint teddy bears all over it. In case you want to add a few more teddy bear ideas to the room you can always purchase some paintings, wall hangings or teddy bear border.
Teddy bears can add decoration to just about every room of the house. By adding a few teddy bears in your living room, you can make it feel cozy and warm like a cottage. Place them on the tables, on a chair or over your mantle. Decorating with teddy bears is a lot of fun, and can make your child feel extra happy.