How to Decorate a Room With Butterflies


Nowadays, there are many kinds of kids’ room decoration that would be nice for your kids bedroom design. One of those designs is the decoration by using butterfly as the background object. Of course you could make it by yourself or you just buy it and install it by yourself. Then, actually how to decorate a room with butterflies? of course there are some steps that you should do in decorating the room design with butterflies.

 

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As being said before that there are many ways in decorating the room with butterflies and one of them is by using some sticker made by your own hands. Since girls always like pink color, the butterflies as the decoration of their bedroom would be better in pink color and of course it is combined with pink wall decoration.

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In decorating the bedroom with the theme of butterflies decoration, the thing that is very important is that about bedding design. Here you could choose your kid’s favorite color since it would be her room. Beside that,you should also consider about the bed cover. Choose the bed cover with butterflies pattern, also pillow shams, window curtain, lamp shade, wall hanging. Those things should have butterflies pattern with pink color that would be good for your kids bedroom.

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Although the decoration color of kid’s bedroom is usually identical to the pink color, but here, if you your kid has another color choice, it is also good if you choose light blue color as the background of the room. In the picture, you could see that the wall is painted with light blue and then, some pictures are added there  also including the flowers, tress, also the butterflies.

Purple Butterflies Girls Bedrooom DecorationPurple Butterflies Girls Bedrooom Decoration

Beside having pink color, you could also have a soft purple of bedroom decoration with some butterflies there. In that picture, you could see that the room is full of purple butterflies decoration from the curtain, bed cover, pillow cover, also some decoration placed on the small cupboard and tables. Beside that, by having white background of the bedroom’s wall also bright light of the natural light makes this bedroom design seem to be brighter and larger.

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Beside having some decoration that are stamped to the wall or some furniture, you could also have hanging butterflies decoration in the bedroom design. This would be nice since you could have many decoration ideas in your kid’s bedroom design.

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77 thoughts on “How to Decorate a Room With Butterflies

  1. AdrielBlaze

    @judith z For those of us who work with stainless steel products on a daily basis, stainless steel in a kitchen seems kinda normal and never really goes out of style, where as the various colours appliance advance in are outdated in a year. believe of all the comments about pink/green toilets and sinks in bathrooms and how they became outdated and undesireable.

  2. Monica_Farrah

    An evening without TV is easy as I not one anymore. I once woke up from nightmares that were clearly “inspired” by the TV characterize I had seen before. Then the decision was fairly easy. One of my Year resolutions was to playing computer games. I kept that up to now and it does me good, too. Staying off the internet is more difficult and I probably will not it tonight since I some work to do. But I will an evening with the “literal” 😉 book and a cup of tea. That actually is soothing and a reward, as journaling is.

  3. Beau R.

    I liked most of the but found the amount of grey in the living room quite and oppressive. That may well been the photographs though and the colours could be quite different “in the flesh”, so to speak. Someone else mentioned it would been to lamps switched on, and that also may changed the ambience entirely.

  4. Kellen.2009

    We are oldsters and always had box springs or beds with drawers. We were loaned a bed with wooden slats when we moved while we were waiting for our bed. We found it so comfortable we cancelled the we now absorb a firm mattress on slats (I that air can circulate under it) a comfort pad on top. I also that I can clean under it with the robot cleaner.

  5. Charli

    Yes. We two twin beds and I each side separately with fitted bottom sheets, flat top sheets in matching plain, solid colours.DH likes to “cocoon” under sheet, light blanket, and comforter. I fold the comforter & the blanket and stack them on a bench at the foot on his side of the bed. Also arrange his body pillows along the headboard as a backdrop for mismatched bed pillow cases.I sleep with no pillow & the top sheet most of the time. My faux fur throw gets folded & “artfully draped” over the of the side chair. Most of the time the throw gets commandeered by one of the cats so my artistry is hit or miss.30-years of wedded bliss later…

  6. Nigel666

    I a * rug from Ikea that my cat sits on purring. She prefers to scratch a of log I standing up at the of the couch.My exiguous dog, however, likes to pull bits out of the rug. It looks though.Ikea has an orange one that might with your curtains.I agree with pushing the furniture back. I know the Apartment Therapy book says to pull everything out from the wall, but many of us live in enough spaces that such a practice makes it as though all the furniture is bunched together in the middle of the room.

  7. AliceNala

    I am the “pint-sized” (23 yrs old) eco police in my house. TRYING desperatly to my parents the way. They are better than most Americans (being born and raised in East Germany they always more out of less) – we a solar powered water heater (live in south florida), our reusable bags for groceries, and line dry our laundry.But I would for my cleanfreak of a mom to switch to eco cleaning products.

  8. Alex-1962

    I had a negative experience painting a similar item (shelves). The paint is too soft: hard items up sticking to the paint if they are left in area too long. When I called Yolo, they replied their paint is soft, and not recommended for shelves (or presumably, tables). Read the print on the can for details.

  9. Alicia Natasha

    @Hotchka What? Are you characterizing mid-century Americana as the beginning of the consumer economy? most things – a (higher standard of living with machines leveraged to carve physical labor) gone too far (no one needs all these things). Of course, a personal robot is a need.

  10. Declan

    I can how it is a in theory, but I that violence on TV or in video games is more influential than a toy watergun. I also agree that the key is to converse our children about violence, not toy guns. In my experience, my brothers absolute toy was a play shotgun and I remember us having long hours of play with a couple of western looking pistols. Oh, and every kid I knew had a super-soaker 🙂 My parents told us we werent allowed to point the guns at people or pretend to shoot people. It worked well for us. I also seen families that didnt allow any toy guns and their children made guns out of sticks, other toys, even food. I dont removing toy guns is realistic. What about toy knives and swords? Where would it end?

  11. TrentWarren

    the coziness but the clutter gets to me — especially in that advantage yard. While the yard looks a curated junk yard, the living room is so warm, and comfortable.Regarding the animal hides and misconceptions…Did you know:- some (read: quality) hides are byproducts of the meat industry? to they disappear to (and *gasp* more sustainable) uses. If you it from the place, you free-range humanely cared for European hides.- hides are extremely easy to care for and maintain? Sweep away crumbs, easily wipe away spills, up and shake out dust.Hides are extremely naturally repelling of our dirty/clumsy ways…After all, how many stained cows you in nature?

  12. Andrew.Jarvis

    This totally makes me of the planet Solaris in the Stanislaw Lem book. The planet is described to various twisty floaty structures that resemble clouds.floral calyx, and undulations.

  13. Micheal Marques Z.

    I what this post teaches us is that if we the area of our we can turn it to a completely different fashion if we want to. It gives me that hope anyway. That is why I approach to this website-for inspiration of what could be possible. After all is replied and done we can whatever we want with our property and this website shows us things we might not of.

  14. Bryce.Vance

    I echo all the other comments that this is a historic detail. A lot of simple things would “glam” up the space. a cheap multi-tiered tea light holder. Insert in fireplace. When the tea lights are glowing, no one will the tile surround.For the mantle, stuff some mini white lights into hurricane or simple vases. Battery op or the nearby outlet. hang artwork or a starburst mirror above the installed bevel mirror. It will intentional and add yet more reflection,Embrace the fireplace. It seems to be in condition. check with your landlord. If it is working, what a deal!… a working fireplace in snowy Chicago!

  15. Avery

    I those are called saddle stools. You would probably want one made of teak or another wood that is rot-resistant, but I am not seeing any saddle stools made of teak (I only did a google search though). luck!

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