Adding Wall Art To Your Room Decor Using Traceable Wall Murals

Wall murals can add an artistic element to a plain or boring wall. You can cover all or just a portion of the wall. You can paint a mural on any wall of your home from a child’s room to a family room. Although there are those cookie cutter designs people are using, like commercial decals, stick ups, stencils, etc, painting your own mural design is an enriching process and enjoyable as a family project for all of your wall art. You trace the design onto the wall with the new traceable wall mural patterns and once satisfied, paint it in for a one-of-a-kind custom hand painted look. This really gets my creativity going!

I love the concept of adding a wall mural, but if you are hesitant to commit to a large scale wall mural, a smaller wall mural that will enhance the wall but not cover it completely. A full size wall mural definitely takes center stage as the focal point, but to make a smaller mural more impressive, you can add accent designs around the main character or design.You have the flexibility to choose from all kinds of designs, styles as well as themes.

You can add more than one mural in the same room which adds to your creativity and makes your room more appealing. It’s exciting to see such designs adding glamour and fun to your home’s wall decor. You and your kids will be so thrilled to have a new theme added to their walls, or yours, at the fraction of the costs of those popular commercial decals everyone is using! Why not do something different than everyone else and go for the look of having hired a professional muralist.

For the do-it-yourself touch, girls wall murals, can be applied to bare or painted walls – perfect for the little princess that wants to create her own customized designs.Wall murals can enhance your room decor if you have boys, from infants to teenagers, they would usually opt for a sports mural depicting their favorite sport, or go for a rock and roll theme, depicting guitars or a rock band or their favorite singer. Or maybe opt for something with sparkles, there are boys who love sparkles too you know, how exciting! Whether it be boys or girls, or yourself, there is always something that can be chosen that will ignite their passion and get them excited!

Bring the Magic Kingdom Home to Her With Disney Princess Room Decor

There’s no shortage of Disney Princesses to inspire a little girl’s custom theme bedroom. Here is a rundown of just some of Disney’s most popular princesses and related elements of their magic kingdoms to help you design girls room decor that will delight the little princess who lives in your castle:

Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs:

A Snow White themed Disney princess room might have a foresty decor – with trees and floral meadows under a bright and yellow sunny sky, happy and friendly forest creatures like deer and bunnies dancing around, and let’s not forget the seven lovable dwarfs. And don’t forget the magic mirror on the wall to make sure she always knows that she’s the fairest of them all.

Ariel from The Little Mermaid:

A Princess Ariel themed girls room decor would have an undersea design – with watery shades of blue punctuated by bubbles, and colorful coral. Ariel’s oceanic friends – fish, crabs, and seahorses (among others) – can accent the room and flesh out the fantasy even further, either as a wall mural or wall hanging, area rug, or throw pillow. Speaking of throw pillows, seashells and clamshells would also make terrific throw pillow designs, as they would lampshades for a floor lamp or table lamp. You can even consider including a real live aquarium in the room so your little Ariel can share her love, and her kingdom, with her own vibrant sea life.

Cinderella from Cinderella:

A Cinderella themed Disney princess room decor would have your little girl feeling like the belle of the ball. Design the room like a ballroom, with an imitation parquet floor below her dancing feet and a fancy faux-chandelier casting sparkling light down upon her tiara. Flowing fabrics, reflective surfaces, and glittering accents all add to the aura of majesty and transformation redolent of this delightful fairy tale. Accents can include a glass slipper – perhaps as a lamp or a wall hanging – and a pumpkin coach – either as a beanbag chair, a papysan or other elaborate seating, as a unique wardrobe design, or even as the design for her custom bed at the room’s centerpiece.

Princess Jasmine from Aladdin:

With a Princess Jasmine themed room design, you can give your little girl “a whole new world” to live in and make all her nights Arabian nights. Her walls or floor coverings could have the yellow and tan colors of rolling sand dunes, while you speckle the room with unique childrens furniture in the bright and vivid colors of a bustling marketplace. Just don’t forget a magic lamp for her own private genie to live inside, and a magic carpet beneath her for her take a soaring ride through a dream-filled landscape any time she desires.

Pocahontas from Pocahontas:

A Pocahontas themed girls room decor would have a Native American flavor. Drawing inspiration from the old American southwest, you can use Native American rugs on the floor and on the walls as well. An eagle or hawk can fly overhead in the form of a mobile or a model or a wall hanging. Terra cottas, tans, browns and reds can mingle with a green landscape. A waterfall into a rolling river might make a great mural on one wall, while a tall stuffed toy horse stands in the opposite corner. Feathers, arrowheads, and petroglyphs all make excellent accents for this style of kids bedroom decor.

At the centerpiece of all of these rooms, whether your little girl prefers Snow White, Princess Ariel, Cinderella, Princess Jasmine, Pocahontas, or any of the other many inspiring princesses from Disney’s fairy tales will be, of course, a custom girls bed to complete the fantasy made real. With such a custom theme bed as the hallmark of your little girl’s Disney Princess room, she’ll feel like royalty in her own magic kingdom awake and asleep, all day and all night.

Color Decorating Your Girls Room

When you are theme decorating a girls room, you should know that a good wall color is the best foundation you can have. From that one color alone, you can start choosing decorations that would fit. But since you are most likely going to start this whilst the kid is still a toddler then your mind must be going through palettes of pastels right now. There’s no problem with that, however, your kid would most likely outgrow the pastel and you could end up re-painting the whole room which can cost quite a bit. But if you are fine with that, then here are some great girls bedroom decorating ideas based on certain kinds of colors and at the same time following a girls room theme. The most common color for a girl’s room is pink so we’ll start with that. Pink can come in various hues from the light, pastel ones to the darker ones such as fuchsia and hot pink. Play with hues. You can start from a nice pastel pink color and add details in darker hues. Such as children’s bedding or a rug in hot pink. Of course, you would need to balance this out with a few white furnishing just so the room won’t end up looking monotonous. Pink is definitely fit for a princess so if you are decorating a room around that theme, the tips above would work very well for you.

Another common girls room color would be light blue. When one thinks of light blue, the sky and the sea immediately comes to mind thus making it a great color for an underwater themed room. Now, just like in the pink room, you should also choose a base color for the walls and then choose lighter or darker hues for the decoration. If you choose a nice dark blue for the wall, you should contrast that with very light colored furnishings. A light blue bed spread, bed and closet would do perfectly. Of course, white should also be present and it could be in the form of a rug, the color of the room’s moldings as well as in the furnishings. Perhaps you are wondering why you should decorate according to hue and not just mix and match colors, well, you can mix and match colors but sometimes that tends to look messy. Whilst decorating with a single color of varying hues would give the room a uniformed but still comfortable feeling. Plus, you won’t have a hard time trying to match everything together.

Color decorating can also be great help if you can’t think of a nice theme for your girls room. The color itself could become the theme which is not only easier when compared to having something like a French theme or a Princess theme. As I’ve said earlier, from one single color you can get numerous ideas for decoration. Just play around with the different hues to give the room depth. Never go for a single hue when decorating a room because doing so would leave it flat looking and too monotonous.