7 Ways To Add Character To Your Child's RoomMeagan Francis
“I miss Disneyland,” my daughter Clara said with a sigh the other day.
I don’t blame her. Last year she had the opportunity to go to both the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort, and the two experiences left a big impression. Now that our family has been playing Disney Infinity, her Disney dreams have been rekindled.
It got me thinking about fun ways to incorporate some of that Disney magic into her room.
Here are seven fun bedroom ideas inspired by Disney characters:
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Cars Area Rug 2 of 8
A Cars floor rug like this one from Bonanza.com lets kids "drive" on their decor!
Monsters University Throw Pillow 3 of 8
I'm a big fan of colorful throw pillows for snuggling, sitting and cuddling with. What could be more fun than a pillow in the shape of Mike from Monsters University, like this one from The Disney Store?
Finding Nemo Lightlight 4 of 8
Kids love the little bit of added security a night light brings. And kids especially love fun, whimsical night lights like this 3D Finding Nemo light from Home Depot. They'll feel like part of the movie!
Buzz & Woody Bedside Lamp 5 of 8
A colorful lamp shade can make a big impression. Your Toy Story-loving kids will flip for this Buzz and Woody lamp, complete with an adorable toy alien pull chain. Buy at Home Depot
Ariel Curtains 6 of 8
For lovers of The Little Mermaid! These curtains from The Disney Store will make your child's bedroom feel like it's "under the sea."
Disney Princess Bedding 7 of 8
Why settle for just one Disney princess? This bedding from The Disney Store will make her feel like every night is a princess sleepover.
Planes Wallpaper 8 of 8
If you really want to make an impression, consider character wallpaper like this Planes paper from WallpaperDirect.com. Surrounded by scenes from her favorite movie, your child will really feel like part of the action.