Decorating a child’s room around a theme can be daunting but also exciting. While it can help you refine your decorative elements, at the same time, the theme also leaves you with fewer choices. Also, some may assume that their child will soon change their mind about conception.
However, while it may take some extra work, adding a theme to your child’s room has incredible benefits. First, it can make your child feel like they are really expressing themselves. Second, it can foster enthusiasm and creativity. Finally, a theme can really make a child enjoy their space, which could inspire them to take better care of it.
The adventurous child may desire a safari theme in their bedroom. Lick says there are several ways to add a safari feel – you can add animal wallpaper, stuffed animals, real or fake plants or wall art. Typically, these rooms use lots of shades of green and neutral colors, but they don’t have to. If you’re thinking of adding a safari theme to your child’s space, here are 15 bedrooms to inspire you.
1. Surrounded by plants
Adding plants, whether real or fake, will give your child’s room a safari-inspired touch. Also, adding artwork that features leaves or ferns will give the same look.
2. Pink Bedroom with Jungle Elements
While most safari-themed rooms are green, they don’t have to be. For example, this kid’s room has pink walls and a lion rug, plus safari stuffed animals and a red cactus.
3. Neutral space with a safari touch
Here’s another example of a space that doesn’t use the color green but seems to be safari-inspired. The large plush giraffe and the basket’s natural wicker material give this piece a subtly safari theme.
4. Hammocks and Chalkboard Walls
Adding a natural looking hammock will give your child’s room a feeling of adventure but also comfort. Also, a chalkboard wall is always a good idea, as animals and plants can be drawn on this surface.
5. Cute tree and animal cutouts
To really make your space look like a safari, you can add wooden or cardboard cutouts that are painted to look like animals or plants.
6. Wallpaper Wall
Another great way to transport your child outside is to use a wallpaper wall that features plants, elephants, zebras and giraffes.
7. Fun wall decals
An alternative to adding an entire wallpaper wall is to add smaller wild animal decals. This will give a similar look that doesn’t cover the whole wall.
8. White space with natural elements
If you only want to include minimal themed items, you can keep the room neutral and add green and brown objects and cozy stuffed animals.
9. A teepee tent
Teepee tents add an extra touch of fun and adventure to safari-themed rooms. They could become a cozy place for your kids to play with toys.
10. A fun reading nook
This reading nook has comfy stuffed animals, plants, storage, and plenty of themed books to choose from.
11. A green wall with safari art
Dark green is a great color to use as an accent in your space. It could be featured behind a safari themed animal gallery wall as shown above.
12. Hanging Animal Head
Hanging an animal head will give your wall a fun textured element. This could be added to a gallery wall, blank wall or wallpaper wall as pictured above.
13. Safari themed toys
Adding safari-themed toys will really make the theme come alive. Something you could add is a toy Jeep, which would allow your kids to pretend they are on an expedition in their bedroom.
14. Jungle Gym
A safari-themed indoor gym would give your kids an amazing place for their creativity and adventurous spirit to flourish.
15. Bunk Bed Covered in Vines
A bunk bed could be used to draw the eye upward into a child’s space. Surrounding the bed with greenery and vines would make the room feel like it has been consumed by the outdoors.
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