Stunning Under-The-Sea Decorating Ideas Kids Would Love

Stunning Under-The-Sea Decorating Ideas Kids Would Love

Sometimes, kid’s room decor needs to change according to the season, such as when it is ¬†getting into summer, the “under the sea” theme would be perfect for your home. Either your kid loves sea creatures or be a mermaid fan, there is an under-the-sea decorating idea for every kiddo that she/he want to bring it to their room. So have a look at below ideas we have gathered for you. You can pick up some of these awesome ideas from the world under the water to decorate kid’s room or make an amazing themed party. Ready to go!

#1. Kid’s reading corner looks like it’s “under the sea”.



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#2. Tablecloths and paper cut out turtles made this stunning ceiling decoration.

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#3. These coral reef made out of egg cartons will look far more realistic, when you add a little bit of paint to them.

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#4. Cut strips of blue crepe paper to simulate the ocean and add seaweed garlands and fish.

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#5. Creative way to get a under-the-sea themed utensils.

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#6. Paper streamer seaweed is that something will add some punch to under the sea themed home decor or party. Balloon bubbles are also amazing!

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#7. Make these cute paper lantern jellyfish.

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#8. Create bubble balloon strands for underwater theme decor.

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#9. Use some curly pool noodles, foam flowers and plastic table cloths to make this cute coral reef.

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#10. Transform backyard pool to a scene of under-the-sea.

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#11. Use spray foam to create these stunning coral reef.

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#12. Go for a door decoration inspired by jellyfish.

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#13. Paint a under-the-sea themed mural on the walls and ceiling.

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#14. Make this easy under-the-sea backdrop using plastic tablecloths.

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#15. Bring the feel of “under the sea” to party home by using blue cellophane to cover windows and adding underwater creatures.

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#16. Turn the entrance into a tunnel in form of “under the sea”.

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