Feature walls aren’t just for the main areas of your house. Any room can have a feature wall, including your kids’ bedroom. Unlike the shared space in your home, your little one’s feature wall is an original and one-of-a-kind representation of themselves. The perfect feature wall should match your child’s vibrant and individual personalities. Here’s how:

Dynamic patterns for animated characters.

A simple way to introduce fun and spark into your kid’s room is through quirky and eye-popping patterns for their feature wall. Don’t be afraid to get bold with the colours, the brighter, the better! Find a design and tone that suits your child’s unique personality, so their room feels cheery and represents their bright personality.

Create a personalised space for their room.

Children are sentimental beings and often like to collect little trinkets and toys, so why not give them a wall in their room to show off their favourite things? To make their feature room more intimate and exclusive you can display family and friends photos in bold frames, show off their cherished drawings or even put up shelving so they can show off their precious possessions.

Stimulate their senses with activity walls.

All kids love to play, so why not use the feature wall of their room to keep them entertained? Use colouring-in wallpaper or create a chalkboard surface for budding artists to let their imaginations run wild. Wallpapers of board games are also available and would be ideal for children who love playing with their friends. For more active kids you can create a sports-centric feature wall. You can add a small hoop on the wall for future basketball players. And those with big enough space and high ceilings can try building a rock climbing wall. Install cushioned flooring along the base of the wall and if space allows it a harness and rope for extra security.

Calm colours for tranquil spaces.

After a long day at kindergarten or school, some kids just want to come home to a peaceful sanctuary. To create a haven for your little ones choose from subtle pastels and soft, natural colours that balance the room’s current colour palette. Light colours will make the room comforting so your child can relax after a long day of hard work at school.