Do you look at your kid’s bedroom and think it’s time for something new?
Well, before you throw out the old and buy all new, expensive furniture, consider trying out some fun DIYs to give your existing children’s bedroom furniture new life!
Here are five furniture design DIYs that are all extremely easy and can be completed in a weekend!
Do you have a kid who is obsessed with legos? Then chances are you regularly find lego pieces scattered across the floor, waiting to be stepped on.
With the help of a DIY lego table, you can attempt to keep the legos in one place.
And the best part is, this DIY is insanely easy. All you have to do is attach lego plates to your table of choice with some velcro strips. Don’t have a small table ready to use? Then you can head to your nearest IKEA, a minimalists dream, and grab a plain,
Don’t have a small table ready to use? Then you can head to your nearest IKEA, a minimalists dream, and grab a plain, inexpensive side table that you can customize.
Bean Bag Chair
If you’re looking for a fun, new seat to add to your children’s bedroom furniture, then consider a bean bag chair! While store bought ones can be expensive, this DIY bean bag is totally customizable, and only requires some sewing skills.
Bean bags are great seats for kids to plop down on and read a book. You also don’t have to worry about them taking up too much space, as they can be easily moved around.
What’s better than a cute piece of children’s bedroom furniture? A piece that does double duty!
This DIY crate bench not only serves as a nifty bench for you kids but also has storage underneath. You can use it to store books, shoes, or toys. The options are endless!
While this DIY requires a little bit of construction, it is still completely doable for a DIY novice.
Fun Drawer Pulls
One super easy way to upgrade your children’s bedroom furniture is by swapping out the basic drawer pulls for some fun, new ones. This is great if you want to keep baby furniture, but do small updates so it grows with your kids.
Don’t be scared to think outside of the box. After all, this is for a kid’s room, so the drawer pulls should be fun and kid friendly. This DIY uses plastic dinosaurs!
Another plus of this DIY is that your kids can help you throughout most of the process.
Chalkboard paint is having its heyday, so why not jump aboard the train and incorporate it into your children’s bedroom furniture?
This super easy DIY uses a pair of small, nesting tables and a can of chalkboard paint to make a multi-functional table for your kids. Now, your kids can color all over a table without having to worry about getting in trouble!
Children’s Bedroom Furniture: Drab to Fab
So, if you’re feeling like your kid’s bedroom furniture is out of date or in need of a makeover, then try some of these DIYs! They’re sure to give your children’s room a breath of fresh air.
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