If your little one loves the beach or enjoys pretending to be a swashbuckling pirate who sails the seven seas searching for buried treasure, why not turn your kid’s bedroom into a nautical or pirate themed bedroom. If you don’t know where to start and are in need of a little creative inspiration, simply continue reading to discover a few handy decor ideas.
How to design a nautical or pirate themed bedroom for your kids:
1. Build a boat shaped bookshelf
One way to inject a nautical theme into your kid’s room is to build a kids boat bookcase, that resembles a row boat that a pirate would use to get from their pirate boat to shore. When they’re looking for buried treasure. If you’re not handy with a hammer and a saw, don’t worry as you can always pay a local craftsman or woman or a carpenter to create a realistic boat bookshelf for your little captain.
2. Install a pirate themed bunk bed in your kid’s room
If you install a custom built pirate themed bunk bed in your kid’s room, you’ll be sure to make their year and to ensure that your kid is the envy of all of their friends. What does a pirate themed bunk bed look like, you may be wondering? A pirate themed bunk bed can be designed so that the top bunk resembles a pirate ship’s crows nest, by building a fake telescope on to the side of your kid’s top bunk bed.
3. Paint a sea or beach themed mural on one of the walls
In order to help your little one’s imagination run wild, simply pay an artist to paint a sea or beach themed mural on of your kid’s walls. As an example, you may want to have a desert island painted on one of the walls in your kid’s room, complete with a palm tree and an x marks the spot.
4. Purchase an oversized treasure chest for your kid to use as a toy box
If you don’t want your kid to leave all of your toys on their bedroom floor, you may be able to convince your kids to place their toys in a large oversized treasure chest shaped toy box. Alternatively, you can also use a treasured shaped chest to place some of your kid’s clothes. If your child has far too many clothes to keep in their closet and drawers.
5. Paint a pirate’s treasure map on your kid’s work desk
If your child has a work desk where they complete their homework after school, paint a treasure map on their work desk, which you can then paint over with a clear varnish. To ensure that your kid’s treasure map will be protected for years to come.
6. Hang a pirate flag up in your kid’s room
Lastly in order to complete your pirate themed bedroom, make sure to hang a pirate flag from the top of your kid’s bunk bed.
So if you’re a super parent whose looking to totally transform your kid’s bedroom, it’s well worth springing in action in order to create a one of kind pirate or nautical themed bedroom for your little swashbuckler!
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