Your little ones may be too young to fully appreciate a Pollock, but you can still give them a taste for art. From watercolor prints to statement letters, there are endless opportunities for kid-friendly wall decor that will elevate their space. Here is a little decor inspiration to get you started.
What we have here is a lesson in purposeful decorating. Not only does the map wallpaper make for a fun addition to a room, it also gives your kid a head start in geography class.
For the creative-minded, a blackboard-paint wall means endless opportunities for a constant decor refresh.
What’s more fitting for the nursery than baby animal prints! We’re loving the collection in the form of a statement gallery wall
RH Baby & Child, Baby Animal Portraits
Wall decals are an easy, no-fuss way to decorate a bare wall. We’re seriously coveting this summer-inspired motif!
Who said storage couldn’t be chic? Bring in a bold and colorful set of hooks that can double as decor and a functional piece!
Sometimes, a bold wall color is enough to make a statement on its own. Other times, it can be taken a step further by incorporating an accent piece that really pops out!
Get the most bang for your buck by opting for a wallpaper that will see your child into their teen years. Pick a pattern that’s playful yet simple enough to easily transition a room through different decorating styles. We love this cool, modern design that works well with the vibrant colors of the room but will also make a statement in a more toned-down, grown-up room.
Chasing Paper, Long Lines
A felt bird wall hanger is a fun twist on more traditional garlands plus, the bright colors are a great way to dress up a plain white wall.
Try a Secret Garden-themed room with a bold floral accent wall. The pattern is sure to brighten up any day regardless of the weather!
Domestic.fr, Nathalie Lété “Jardin Creme”
We are getting serious Madeline vibes from this beautiful Parisian street mural. Just like the City of Light itself, this self-adhesive wall decal oozes elegant sophistication.
Anewall, Parisian Street Mural
A small space doesn’t mean you have to skimp on decor: take a page out of this small nursery’s book and pick an art piece that fits whatever wall space you do have available. The light colors keep the space looking bright and the cloud motif brings a calming presence.
Elle MacKay, “They Delayed the Workings of the Day”
How cute is this whale print? It complements the whale hanger perfectly while also keeping in theme with the colors and aesthetic of the well-styled nook.
WIHO Design, Whale
This minimalist print makes quite a statement. The mountain mural brings an element of playfulness into the room with bold patterns and hand-drawn lines.
Rebel Walls, Mountain Ridge