Pirate Room theme

June 20, 2008 at 10:19 am 2 comments

How to create a pirate room theme


Shiver me timbers!

Nothing can sucessfully bring a theme to a child’s room as quickly and easily as a mural.
It doesn’t take up space, and immediately sets the scene.
You don’t have to spend a fortune on a professional mural artist either, which is good news since we all need to tighten our belts a bit with the credit crunch making itself felt.

How to create a Pirate mural

Pirate themed room

So, if I don’t hire an artist, how do I create this mural?

Paint by number pirate mural!
It’s so easy!

Have you ever coloured in a colouring book? Well, it’s that easy.
Click here to see how to create a paint by number mural on a previous post

Pirate treasure map - paint by numbers

Follow the map to find the buried treasure but be careful as you approach, the waters are full of hungry sharks.
This Pirate Treasure map wall mural will delight even the littlest pirate and is available in 2 sizes. This paint by number Pirate treasure map can be personalised with your childs name.
Team up the treasure map with the other pirate themed murals shown below for a deadly room of delight!

Skull and crossbones pirate mural Pirate crows nest mural Skull and crossbones and buried treasure mural

(Kit includes: pattern, transfer paper, directions & color guide.)
Patterns can be reversed

 Pirate crows nest mural

Once you have your mural, you can sipmly accessorisewith bedding, cushions and a rug to complete the look and pull the whole pirate theme together. 

Pull the whole pirate theme together with Pirate accessories

 pirate themed bedding Pirate map rugPirate treasure chest

 Click here to find this Pirate themed decor for your pirate themed kids room

 Add a keep out pirate sign to the door, and you’re done!

Pirates only sign


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