If your child's bedroom is still rocking pastels and bunnies long after he or she’s reached touchscreen mastery, it’s time for an upgrade. But while kitchens and bathrooms are splurge-worthy, kids’ spaces rarely merit a serious investment.
“Kids rooms should be fun and reflect your child's personality,” says designer and HGTV personality David Bromstad. “It doesn't cost much. All you need is a little creativity.”
With that in mind, here are some expert-approved ways to add pizzazz to your child’s bedroom for $100 or less.