Decorate a Winnie the Pooh Bedroom
Boy or girl, young or old, Pooh bear is a timeless favorite and is the perfect theme for a brand new nursery for a baby or the children's, both boys and girls bedroom. With some basic home decorating tips, you can create a Winnie the Pooh bedroom that your child will treasure.
Winnie the Pooh and friends Eeyore, Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, Owl, Kanga and Roo can form the basis for your bedroom theme. Maybe it's bouncing Tigger, cute stuttering Piglet, or gloomy donkey, Eeyore - everyone has their favorite Winnie the Pooh character and it's the perfect start to establishing the theme of your room. The first step is to select a bed for the room, ensuring that it's comfortable and practical for your child and the room. When investing in a bed, it's worth considering that your child will grow and purchasing a bed that will endure. Your Winnie the Pooh bedroom will also need some other basic bedroom furniture such as a chest of drawers, bureau or bedroom dresser and a bedside table to keep your child's belongings.
The bedroom is not only a room for rest and relaxation, but is a room for your child's comfort, recreation and play also. If the size of the room permits, make an area for play where your child can perform activities and play. A child's size set of table of chairs are perfect and if you can find a Winnie the Pooh themed set of table and chairs you can enhance the theme of the room. A Winnie the Pooh toy box to store all those toys, playthings and belongings together is great to keep the room clean and tidy.
Creating a Winnie the Pooh theme is easy with the plentiful selection of Winnie the Pooh bedding products available. Personalize the room, by selecting a comforter, duvet, doona, or quilt cover that features your child's favorite Winnie the Pooh character. You can also enhance the room by adding curtains and window treatments and cushions, floor mats, pillow cases and Winnie the Pooh sheets. There are so many bedroom accessories featuring Pooh bear and friends that will transform your child's bedroom into something that resembles the Hundred Acre Wood - a wall clock, wall borders, posters and wall hangings, a bedside lamp, bath towel and pillows.