I was going through my emails the other day and came across a message from one of my friends from California. Their names are Pete and Betty. They are a married couple from San Diego. They own a beautiful home overlooking the ocean. Pete is a business owner. He owns a landscaping company. Betty is an attorney and works for the county.
Pete and Betty have two young children. They are twins. Both of them are girls and I believe that they recently turned five years old.
I first met Pete and Betty when I was living in San Diego a few years ago. They happened to be members of the same health club as me. I would usually come across both of them doing laps in the health club swimming pool. After a short while they became good friends of me and my husband.
Anyway, I got an email from them a day or two ago. In the email they said that they were all doing good and had a new decorating project about to start in their home. They also said that they knew I was the only wall decor consultant that they knew personally and had wanted to get a good suggestion for their new decorating project.
From there they went on to say that the two young girls, at the age of five, are no longer babies. They have both grown into two young beautiful children. They went on to write that the decor of their bedrooms has been outgrown. The girls are no longer babies and it is time to change the theme of their rooms from babies to young ladies. They were looking for a suggestion from me in the direction of what kind of bedroom decor would take both of their rooms to the next step in the progression of their children's lives.
All I could think was child wall mural. So I went to work. My research found many interesting and unusual child wall murals that would go well with children the same age as Pete and Betty's girls.
I went online and browsed several of my favorite wall mural sites. The first site I explored had well over 250 child wall murals designed for young girls. This was almost too much to handle, but I remembered that the decision making was totally on Pete and Betty along with their two little girls. All I was doing is a little research before I replied with my thoughts of child wall murals for the kid's bedrooms.
The second website I browsed was quite different from the first. This site was dedicated to children's wall murals. This site had girl's wall murals in beautiful pastel colors of different topics such as painted flower designs, rainbows, magical under sea adventures, pastel unicorn, butterfly castle and Cinderella castle.
From the beginning I knew that this child wall mural idea of mine was going to be the perfect solution for Pete and Betty's children. I sent off an email to Pete and Betty. A few days later I got an email from them telling me that the child wall mural was a great idea. Before long I got another email from Pete and Betty, but this time they sent me pictures of the girl's rooms with their new child wall murals in place. They picked out two beautiful scenes and both rooms looked magical.
If you are thinking about updating the look of your child's bedroom, be sure to explore the possibilities of a child wall mural. These murals have the capabilities of transforming a child's bedroom into a gentile relaxing atmosphere that will open the imagination of all who enter the room.
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