Your child’s bedroom is more than just a place they go to sleep at night. This is where they start a new exciting day. They daydream of becoming a princess or firefighter in this room, and they learn to read their first words during their bedtime story. When it’s time to decorate a boy’s bedroom, keep an eye toward creativity and fun. This room should be bursting with personality and pattern! So what’s the first step? Take a look at these 9 boys’ bedroom ideas using furniture and wall stencils!
A Place of My Taste wanted to makeover her sons’ room into something fun and playful to suit their personalities. She decided to go with the geometric pattern of our All the Angles Moroccan Wall Stencil for their accent wall in blue and orange. Like her, don’t be afraid to use bold colors and patterns, especially when it comes to decorating boys’ rooms. It just makes the room more cheerful and fun for the kids to play in!
Spoonful of Imagination loves how our Asmir Triangle Wall Stencil transformed her boys’ room! She says, "There is something so fun about being creative yet having something to guide you and help pull off the project. I choose to go with a stippling effect, so my wall would look a little more rustic. This was a beauty of not going with wallpaper. I could make it my own!"
At Home Arkansas interviewed creative customer Katie’s boy room makeover for her son. She wanted to decorate a room that was fun, bright, and transitional as he grows older. She set her sights on wallpaper, but found nothing that would fit her concept. After browsing Royal Design Studio stencils, she discovered the perfect pattern for her son’s accent wall – our Linked In Wall Stencil.
Abbey from The Cards We Drew zigged instead of zagged and decided to use her Herringbone Shuffle Wall Stencil to create a painted headboard. How creative is that?? She stenciled it for her son’s room using four colors (one a metallic) and hung a fab custom monogram she bought for him over it. The colors, furniture choices and pattern created a classy, preppy room that will remain fresh as he grows. Be sure not to miss her stenciled headboard blog post!
Busy Mom’s Helper brought her son’s vision of living the life of a pirate to life by decorating his room with the pirate ship theme. Once she painted our Bamboo Trellis Wall Stencil to accompany the treasure map and treasure chest, this boy’s room was ready to set sail!
A geometric triangle stencil pattern with a whimsical vibe, our Triangulations Furniture Stencil from the Bonnie Christine Stencil Collection is a great way to make otherwise boring furniture kid-friendly. This modern pattern painted with a rainbow of colors gives the look of a Crayola Box or kindergarten playroom. No boy’s room should be one color, especially white!
Busy Mom’s Helper wanted to add the look of fun brick walls to her kids’ playroom, but she was bogged down by the thought that she would have to paint each faux brick by hand. Luckily, there is an easier and faster alternative! She’s so happy that she found the easy way to do it by using our Mosaic Wall Stencil!
What little boy doesn’t love sports? To stay with the All-Star sports theme in her son’s bedroom makeover, Addicted to DIY created an industrial styled toy box and topped it off with our Polka Star Stencil and Royal Stencil Crème in Pearl Oyster. Now that’s a slam dunk!
For a more mature boy’s room that will grow with him as he ages, make sure to add classic décor that is a crowd pleaser at any age. Playing Sublimely used our popular Moorish Trellis Wall Stencil that features a graphic pattern in masculine yet calming paint colors.
Are you in the midst of decorating your son or nephew's room? We’d love to share your stenciled and painted furniture projects with our readers! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio.