Floors are much easier, since the design is that of an ancient civilization’s room design. Floors can be painted with a very light orange tint to resemble a clay brick’s color that is commonly used during that time. Add the ambience of a ancient Egyptian room further by adding an Egyptian themed carpet which you can order locally, but you’ll have to consult a specialist which kind of Egyptian themed carpets are good to use.
Another common iconic article that you can use in designing an Egyptian themed room is none other than Egyptian artifacts. Of course, you don’t have to go to Egypt to buy souvenirs just to get those decorations, nor one would have to go to an auction to buy those very expensive genuine artifacts from Egypt. Simple alternatives like small cat and fox sculptures of Egyptian design would suffice, as it can greatly add the ancient feel of the room’s entirety.
Beds can simply be of modern design, with the skeletal framework being the one with the Egyptian motif. Color combinations such as yellow, blue and orange are the best ones to use, just remember to apply these color combinations in tandem with the color of the pillows and blankets that you are planning to use. Children would love to see the lively colors of their Egyptian beds. But remember, don’t apply anything too fancy.
Finally, adding some enhancements to the rooms like papyrus curtains and a few Egyptian themed furniture like chairs and you now have your very own Egyptian themed room for your kids. A word of advice though, children might want to play with some of the artifacts at their room, so you’ll have to put away every item that can be hazardous away from them.