Toy Story Room Decor and Paint Ideas

The time has come to redecorate baby bug’s room, but first we need to take a look at his old room. When I originally chose the Toy Story room theme (about two years ago) it was because I felt it was safe theme. After all, it’s filled with toys and almost any kids room theme goes with toys. Plus, baby bug didn’t really have a favorite character yet. It would figure shortly after I chose the Toy Story theme that he would find his first love, Mickey Mouse. To compensate we’ve had two Mickey Birthday Parties since then.

toy story room decor
toy story room decor
toy story room painting ideas
toy story room painting ideas

About six months ago baby bug actually really got into the Toy Story movies and characters. I was so happy that he finally liked his room theme. Sadly, I don’t feel this theme will last very much longer and so I feel once we move it will be time for a new room theme. We’ve already have painted over these walls which was a little sad. But not nearly as sad as painting over big bug’s Mario Mural. That took 4 months to paint.

I want the new room theme to last for at last a few years, hopefully! I think we are leaning on a super hero theme. What theme do your children have in their rooms?

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Krystle Cook - the creator of Home Jobs by MOM - put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.

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    • says

      I know what you mean. Kids do change their minds a lot. I just hope by doing a super hero theme room he will have enough characters to go around.
      Twitter: homejobsbymom

  1. Tara L says

    How cute my son loves Toy Story this would of been a perfect room for him if we owned our own house that is. I’ll have to keep this in mind :) Thanks for sharing this!

    • says

      You can always check with your landlord if you can paint a room and just tell them you paint it back when you move :)
      Twitter: homejobsbymom

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  1. […] Balancing the colors present in a place is truly important. Most decorators use a ratio of 60-30-10 where the dominant color (usually on the walls and some bigger pieces of furniture) makes up most of the room. Make sure you achieve a color variety in order to create the contrasts you need. Use a single color for accentuating parts of the room. Much like creating a piece of art, a well-decorated home carries the same serene sense of aesthetics you get by observing a statue or a painting. Be an artist and use your imagination (like with a Mario room or a Toy Story theme). […]

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