With the popularity of Frozen, there are tons of options for Frozen room décor. The most popular ones are the wall decals, ranging from small stickers to large mural wallpapers. Aside from these, you can also find more transient items such as bed, pillow, and duvet covers or curtains. For the shelves, you can organize small trinkets inside Frozen boxes. Other possible options are Frozen aquariums, door tag, trunk, canopies, cornice headers, furniture, night light, and more. The prints on these products will typically have the main characters, Elsa or Anna, or both. Some collections also include other characters such as Olaf and Kristoff. On larger items, they might even include the landscapes which include the ice castle or the snowy mountains. Of course, there is also an option to customize the prints to match the aesthetic that you are looking for.
Location and Pairing:
The application for Frozen peel and stick decals can vary. If you already have an existing wallpaper or mural, you can opt to stick them on the cabinet doors, cabinet sidings, or on the doors instead. According to Courtney McLeod, blank walls present the perfect opportunity for large wall decals. When choosing where to install stickers, you need to take into account the surface area of the canvas before deciding which decal to place there. Small decals, for example, would be a good ornament for small dressers and vanities. A canopy cornice would be perfect for installing above the bed or daybed, paired with a whimsical curtain for that fairytale vibe. A small armchair would perfectly match with a soft area rug in the play or study area. While most of these items are usually placed in a toddler or kids' room, they will still be appreciated in a pre-teen's space.
Material and Finish:
Frozen decal materials range from paper, vinyl, and sticker in matte or glossy finishes. While some may carry the color palette from the movie series, other items are in black and white. Furnishings such as nightlights are typically made of wood or plastic, in bright colors. For upholstered furniture, Jessica Davis recommends getting pieces that have hardwood frame with plush cushions for better comfort to your young ones. For resin-fabricated items, look for non-toxic ones to ensure your kid's safety.
Building a consistent theme in the bedroom or playroom interior is key in integrating your Frozen decors. Rayman Boozer suggests having a white and gold or white and silver palette since most items pair well with these colors. Rooms with bright colors such as purple, pink, blue, and glossy white are also ideal for these types of ornaments. The same holds true for pairing these pieces with non-Frozen furniture. Plastic or glossy solid-colored painted furniture embody the playfulness of the Frozen products. Meanwhile, for more traditional bedrooms, white-painted furniture and dark-stained pieces can also work.