Is it time to redecorate your son’s bedroom? Depending on your son’s age decorating his space can sometimes be challenging. Here we discuss two toddler boy room paint ideas that we know he will love. These would even work well for a girl’s room since they are gender-neutral. Let’s get into it!Picking a color scheme for a toddler's room can be a lot of fun. Here are two ideas that would work for a boy or girl! Click To Tweet
Toy Story Paint Color Schemes for Boys’ Bedroom
The Toy Story room theme is a safe theme that most toddlers would enjoy. After all, it’s filled with toys which is the essence of most toddler bedrooms.
Also, it’s the perfect theme if your child hasn’t picked a favorite character quite yet.
All of the main characters are toys that could be in any child’s bedroom. They only have names if you introduce your child to the Toy Story movies.
Otherwise, it’s just a space guy and a cowboy.
We did a two-toned wall approach with a border in the middle. Lime green and dark blue are the two hues we used to make the orange accent pieces pop.
However, you could easily use shades of yellow (if this happens to be for a girl) or two shades of blue.
Just remember to put the darker color on the bottom and the lighter on the top to heighten the ceiling visually.
To add to this toddler boy room theme, Toy Story decor is used throughout the room. Bedding, stuffed animals, a rug, clock, artwork, a lamp, and decals complete the look.
The best part about this boy’s bedroom idea is that all the extra toys make it even better!
Creative Ideas for Painting Kids’ Room an Outer Space Theme
My son was introduced to the wonders of the universe during an outer space unit at school. Ever since, he was hooked on anything dealing with planets, the stars, and the sky.
When we moved to a new house, and it was time to paint over the Mario mural in his old room, we cried a little. That mural took months to do. It was so neat but very time-consuming.
Other the other hand, an outer space themed bedroom is super easy to accomplish.
We painted the ceiling a dark blue to complement the sky blue walls. To the ceiling, we attached glow-in-the-dark stars and hanging inflatable planets.
Planets aren’t anything without a sun. So, we found a sun light fixture and a remote control moon wall hanging to make the planetary system complete.
Again, we used orange as an accent color for his bed skirt, curtain tie backs, fabric bins, bean bag chair — you get the idea.
You can also add additional items that feature anything outer space like we did with the bedding, lamp, and curtain tie backs.
His bedroom had a little plant ledge, so there we added space-themed Lego creations. It was nice to have him create something for his personal space!
Both of these kids’ bedroom themes are very versatile and would work for nearly any child. Most importantly, they’ll have a space that’s truly theirs!