If you have a child or even a husband who is obsessed by football, you can make their own room and surprise them. If it’s your child you can switch their room into a fantasy football room that they could have never imagined. With a husband unless you want to change your bedroom around, maybe decorate the den for him.
A great way to start out a room for a football fan is to paint it. Now you should pick the colors of the team your child loves best. It’s a very easy project in fact most stores that sell paint will be able to help you pick out just the right colors for this job. But if your child doesn’t have a team but just loves the game try something different. Paint the bottom part of the walls in a green color that looks like turf. The top of the wall you can add a nice blue for sky, and if you want to expand on the look add in a few clouds also.
They have those fantastic looking player pictures that you can buy and place on the wall, or even hire a person to paint a picture of your child’s favorite player. Don’t forget to place up some goal posts to finish off the perfect look on the walls. Even adding people sitting in stadium chairs if you want to go that far.
Buy a comforter that is the colors of a team or a football theme. This shouldn’t be hard to find and is just another way to make the theme complete and perfect.
Don’t forget to place an area rug into the room. This will give your child a softer place to land when they and friends are playing football in the room. Plus it will also help to keep the noise down. Don’t forget to get a rug that goes with the theme of the room. You can either get one that has something to do with football on it, or a team logo again.
Picking out an area rug for the room you can pick a football theme, or again a team that your child seems to like the most. This will not only help the look of the room, but also provide a soft place where you child to sit and play, and it will cut down on the noise coming from the room. You don’t need to spend a ton of money on a good rug if your child is younger and may wear through it quicker.
Don’t forget to put in some footballs into the room. Have a storage bin that is shaped like a football to place them in when he’s not using them.
Placing real footballs in the room will be a nice finish to a football haven. Be sure you have someplace where you child can store these items when they aren’t being used. This type of room will drive your football fan wild; a great way to create a special room for your child. Don’t forget to try and surprise your child with this redecorating project.
Maybe one weekend when they can spend some time with a friend, always employ outside help to surprise a child if you can. Get that perfect football room set up today.
Author: Abbie Osborne-Wilson