Children live between reality and wonderland where they personify what they believe they are or could be.
A fantasy ambiance with murals or characters is more conducive to their games, and having a world of their own also gives them their own marks in their stability and development.
If you decide to offer them a mural that will endure several years of their childhood, pick a theme that does not look overly babyish. Starting with a newborn room, you can safely have a sky reproduced with its living creatures on the ceiling as well as on the walls,
or realistic animals, trees, flowers and natural elements, anthropomorphic or not.
For children above three, a jungle theme is always a favorite as they are no longer scared by wild animals, to the contrary.
A jungle brings an element of mystery and unexpected, with its invisible spirits that one can sense. This fits their taste for adventure, and quest for fright to challenge them.
New characters and odd situations will invite them to dream. Furniture, such as a chest, stools, and headboards can also be painted to their whims.
Floors also lend themselves to trompe l’oeil that will delight them: for instance, this huge chessboard painted on a hallway floor, with checkers and toys.
As a rule, children need to be associated with your mural project, or decide on the color of their room, which they already have probably already chosen in their head.
Remember, you are not designing a room, but simply adapting the walls to their personality!