How to Update Your Toddlers Room

As your baby grows and develops, you’ll want to update your toddler’s room. In this blog, we’ll explain how you can update your toddler’s room and the potential costs involved. Let’s begin!

Toddler-friendly Bed

As your child grows, it will eventually become suitable to swap out their cot for a bed. Of course, you’ll still want to ensure the bed you opt for is suitable for your child’s age.

A suitable toddler bed will often come with high sides and feature smooth edges to keep your child safe. That said, you should ensure you get the ideal bed for your child and if in doubt consult with the retailer(s) you wish to purchase from for advice.


You may also be interested in adding various accessories in an effort to update your toddler’s room. Not only can these accessories add practical value but can act as a way of introducing more colour and aesthetic appeal to your toddler’s room.

Some notable accessories to consider include:

  • Round rug
  • Felt story board
  • Glow in the dark ceiling
  • Soft rugs
  • Growth chart
  • Nightlights
  • Themed lamps
  • Personalised name sign
  • Bulletin board

Wall Stickers

While also considered a type of accessory, it’s worth dedicating a section to wall stickers. Wall stickers can be visually striking and appealing to your toddler. Wall stickers arguably work best when placed atop a neutral shade.

Some wall sticker ideas to consider include animal-themed stickers, dinosaur-themed stickers, superhero action stickers, TV- or movie-based stickers and custom name decals.

Wall Murals

As with wall stickers, wall murals are worth looking into. Wall murals can add visually striking appeal and introduce fresh colour and vibrancy to your toddler’s room.

Here are some wall mural ideas:

  • Jungle safari-based wall mural
  • Castle and princess wall mural
  • Dreamy cloudscape wall mural
  • Magical unicorn wall mural
  • Movie- or TV show-based wall mural

Play Space

You may also want to consider adding a play space to your toddler’s room. A designated play room can not only be better suited to your toddler as they develop but make things easier and safer for you and your toddler (e.g. reduces the risk of standing on a toddlers’ toy in the dark).

Play space ideas to consider include:

  • Art corner
  • Dress-up space
  • Suitable toys for your child and suitable toy storage too
  • Building blocks
  • Play kitchen
  • Dollhouse
  • Pretend tea party area

Paint or Wallpaper

While wall stickers or/and wall murals can give your toddlers home a new lease of life, painting the walls a new colour or adding wallpaper can also revitalise the space.

Some popular paint colours for a toddler’s room include neutral shades, soft pastels, soft green or warm yellow (these two are a good option for gender neutral tones), ocean and beach tones and warm Earth colours.

As for wallpaper ideas, you should consider options like animal kingdom wallpaper, glow-in-the-dark wallpaper, geometric designs, space-based wallpaper, dinosaur wallpaper, cartoon character wallpaper and floral wallpaper.

Of course, if you want to have your toddlers room revitalised (e.g. new paint or wallpaper), you may need to also pay for jobs like wallpaper removal. Ultimately, getting the right visuals for your toddler’s room can make for a better and more age-suitable space for your child.







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