By the time you've put the finishing touches on your child's nursery, they've graduated to a big kid bed and then suddenly have (very strong) opinions about the color of their walls or the coolness of their decor! Thankfully there are plenty of ways to refresh a child's space without doing a complete overhaul every time they hit a growth spurt. Simple updates, such as adding new wall art to reflect current interests, can also be a fun project that your child can assist with. Not only will they feel more involved in decorating their space, you'll get to create a fun new memory together!
I'm currently working on updating my oldest son's room. One way I'm ensuring I won't be redoing everything again in two years is by sticking with a color palette I know he can grow into and getting specific with projects that I can easily change out as his tastes change. I've rounded up a handful of DIYs that are great examples of decorating your child's space with both of you in mind!
Images (clockwise from left) via Rubyellen Bratcher; Rochelle Mangold; Mandi Johnson; Merrilee Liddiard