So, the room we'll be using as the "Tyke's Room" is pretty bland, blah, and boring (see below).
I'd like to "Spruce" it up a bit, but I am not sure how or what to do, because I obviously want it to be "unisex" and fit a wide age range of children (infant to 6 years old). I am not a fan of wallpaper or even wallpaper borders (although the house does have some of this stuff, its only because it was there when it we bought it -- it will come down... eventually). I already have a vast supply of paint colors in the house (being it was the model home we got all the extra interior paint that was used in the home... lime green, hot pink, orange, yellow, light gray, dark gray, navy blue, gold, tan, beige and a few others).
I think I want to keep it very "neutral"... the room is already beige.. so maybe adding some tan to it?!? And I think I want it on this wall, because the other wall has these GORGEOUS wooden shevles.
So here are some photos that I found, of a few possiblities for the wall (I'll be doing whatever in tan and beige though):
So, do any of you have any other ideas that might work? I don't want to do anything too extravagant and honestly, would like to use what I have in the house (why spend money when you don't have to, right?). But I would like your input if you know of something that I haven't though of.
P.S. I added a "Checklist" of sorts to the tabs. It includes our licensing requirements for foster care and some things that were reccomended by other foster parents that we might want to get prior to having our first placement.