In the next few months, I’m planning to decorate my daughter’s bedrooms. One of the tips we’ve been given since moving into a new-build home is to NOT put wallpaper on the walls for at least 18 months as the house will most likely still settling. So I thought I’d share with you some of the ideas for cool wall art for children’s bedrooms that we have been looking at. As my girls are getting older, they are 7 and 9 years old now, they are developing their own tastes in decor, style and colour schemes. Some of it drives me crazy, but some of it is really refreshing to see. I love that they are developing their own sense of style. Do let me know which ones are your favourites.
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Canvas Prints Wall Art For Children’s Bedrooms
Canvas wall art for children’s bedrooms is a great option for covering walls and bring colour and lightness to their bedrooms. One big plus side to canvas wall art is that it helps to add depth and a more permanent look when decorating your children’s bedroom, without committing to wallpaper. Here are a few ideas to inspire you.
Posters for Children’s Bedroom Walls
As long as there have been posters, children and teenagers across the world have stuck them on their walls. Whether it was a motivational quote that was meant to inspire them to greatness or a poster of a pop star who was your teenage crush, we all had a poster or 10 on our bedroom walls. I am not ashamed to admit that I had a massive back and white poster of Mr Robbie Williams on my wall. I had a few others too. One was a guy and a girl with a blue jeep in it. I romanticised far too much about the life that the image portrayed. I can still remember so clearly.
I love posters because you can either just stick them straight on the walls, or you can frame them and hang them as a framed picture instead. My eldest daughter, who is 9 going on 19, is currently obsessed with the zodiac signs, the stars and the galaxy itself. Here are a few ideas I have for her room.
My younger daughter is 7 years old and is a bit more of a girly girl. I know that she would love some unicorn posters on her wall. Here are a few posters of unicorn posters wall art for children’s bedrooms:
Tapestry Wall Art For Children’s Bedrooms
The other idea I was looking at was getting each of them a big tapestry for their walls. I love tapestries because they add warmth to a room. You can use tapestry wall art in a variety of ways, from covering almost an entire wall to making the tapestry your headboard. Another ‘out there’ idea for tapestry wall art is to hang the tapestry from the ceiling. Now I don’t quite think I’ll get my husband on board for this idea, but it’s always an option. As a family we all love to travel. So here are two really cool tapestries that I think would make great wall art for children’s bedrooms. Or my own actually.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my suggestions for wall art for children’s bedrooms. There are loads of other ideas for ways to decorate your children’s bedrooms too. One of the key things I’ll be focussing on is making sure the colours in the wall art they choose feature in their curtains too. Subtly picking out colours in wall art that compliment the soft furnishings is a way of bring a room together. Children’s tastes and likes and dislikes change to often that you need to really try to pick something that will weather the new fads and fancies. Luckily wall art doesn’t have to be expensive and you can change it around quite easily without having to redecorate a whole room.