Meet with the kids – It is always the best option to start with a plan, especially if your kids are still pretty young. Doing things spontaneously would be great but if the kids are still young they might get to be a bit distracted and they might find the whole idea stressful.
So do it the right way by sitting down with them, pen and paper in hand, and then jot down the things that you all want to appear in the room. This is also a lovely way for you to get the ideas coming from your kids and help them exercise their very own creativity.
Browse online – If you and the kids want to have some extra inspiration for your halloween inspired bedroom, it is a great idea to try browsing online to get some fresh inspiration. Look through Halloween decorations available at online shops. You might also want to check out the website of the movie, show, or any other theme that you and the kids decided upon. This way you can be sure you get all the little details in check and then really feel that you are close to the theme.
Don’t forget to add creepy crawlers and cobwebs – These are the classics, the staples of just about any Halloween decoration. If you want to keep it simple, having these items around will already let your whole look work. There is just something about cobwebs and creepy crawlers that are powerfully spooky. There are also lots of cheap bulk creepy crawlers that you can buy these days so you can easily get them for no expensive need to buy one.
Make sure the kids do not have allergies – Before you try putting up anything fancy, just make sure that the kids are perfectly fine with it. By this, we mean fine in terms of physical condition as well. Cobwebs may be fun but don’t forget that they also accumulate some dust. You might also want to make sure that you only put up the decorations on a specific period of time and take it out immediately afterwards. Consider these things important because after all, the kids will be the ones staying inside the room.
Consider kid-friendly lamps – Candles are definitely out of the question. You cannot have them inside the kids’ room no matter how spooky or the kids want to have them. You can compromise by buying lamps instead, or making jack-o-lanterns and having bulbs added inside instead of just candles.