Contrary to popular belief, decorating your child’s room does not have to a time-consuming and expensive process. Parents can now choose from a variety of wall art designs to complement their child’s bedrooms. Installing a wall art is a great idea for folks who do not want to permanently modify their child’s bedroom.
But first, here are a couple of factors you should consider before making an investment:
Some cool wall art ideas include:
Animal themed wall art are a hit among toddlers and younger kids.
Not only will it brighten up their bedroom but it will also serve an educational purpose as you can point out all the animals on the walls to your kid before going to bed.
Your child will be thrilled to have cute lion or monkey on the wall.
Alphabet wall art is popular among preschoolers and younger kids who are learning their ABC. Avoid wall art featuring big words and sentences if your child is too young to read.
Wall art stickers and decals are a great idea if you do not want to permanently modify your child’s bedroom or have rented your current home. Most wall stickers are easy to apply and are a relatively inexpensive option compared to detailed wall art.
Is your little one into sports? Opt for sports themed wall art to match your kid’s race-car bed. You can find wall art that feature basketball, soccer, hockey or any other sport.
For more sentimental value, consider hanging your child’s old sports jersey alongside the wall art for a more personal touch.
If your little girl can’t get enough of pretty castles and Disney princesses, invest in a princess-themed wall art. Ideally, the wall art will feature pretty shades of purple and pink that will complement the rest of your child’s bedroom.
The wall art need not feature a picture or a graphic. Parents can opt for a simple printed design wall art featuring your child’s favorite color. This is an excellent option if your child’s bedroom already has many wall hangings and photos.
These are just a few designs your kid is bound to love. You can also involve your child in the decision making process if they are old enough. Good luck!