Sae. Dul. Hana. Bu ta na ma ka!
I’ll leave it to you to go find a Minion translator to figure out what I just wrote. I thought we would have a little fun today. I ran across this article a few days ago that was originally shared by a fellow Coldwell Banker Realtor. Kids are always wanting their rooms decorated in one of the many current cartoons or fads or whatever that all the other kids at school are talking about. This idea below I found too cool to pass up and not share with you.
Do you have kids – or even teenagers – that have this mentality when it comes to their rooms? (Maybe I might even redecorate my office with this theme.)
How to Create the Ultimate Despicable Me Minion Themed Kids Room
In 2011, Forbes reported [that] the biggest Oscars snub of the year was Despicable Me not making the list for Best Animated Feature. Three years later and Despicable Me 2 is finally getting a shot at Oscar glory.
Of all of the nominees, I have only had a chance to see Despicable Me 2 so I can’t make a prediction as to which film will take the title. What I can say is ever [since] seeing the movie, I have noticed both children and adults jumping on to the minion craze. These overall wearing, googly-eyed, yellow guys may not say much but they certainly are lovable. If your kids are looking to add a little minion fun to their bedroom decor, then take a look at these ideas that will give them the fun look they are seeking without going completely overboard, like the photo above.
Before you go online and buy every Despicable Me/Minion bed set, night-light and other bedroom related decor items; it is important to realize that your kid’s taste is likely to change faster than you can say “Bee-Do”.
By sticking with a color theme, you can get the “minion look” without overspending. The Minion color palette is easy to follow. To stick with the theme, focus on using shades of blue, yellow, and grey.
Side Note: Looking to make a color palette from a picture? Check out this site.
Unless you want to walk into your child’s room everyday and be greeted by a huge set of goggles with beady eyes each morning then I suggest going with a fun curtain that can remain in your child’s room long after this minion craze passes. Here are some fun options:
By choosing a few main Minion pieces, like this chair, you can tie together the theme of the room while creating a comfy spot to relax or hang with friends.
If you don’t want [to] commit to going with a full Despicable Me 2 sheet set, than one fun pillow with this reversible pillow cover is a good option.
Wall decals are a great non-permanent way to stay up-to-date with your child’s favorite movies. While there are countless DM2 decal options, this one that doubles as a growth chart really stood out to me.This tower of Minions has Tom, Carl, Jerry, Kevin, and Phil balancing together to create a structure perfect for measuring your child’s growth.
In addition to the aforementioned decor ideas you can also consider over-sized plush toys, lamp shades and other simple inexpensive items.
Decorating your child’s room should be a fun experience, for all parties involved.
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