Simple Ideas for Dazzling Wall Art For Kids

Posted by on Feb 24, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

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Children’s tastes and lifestyle differ widely from adults. They are highly creative, are curious with the world and what is going on around them. They like to play and have tantrums when they don’t want to sleep at bed time each and every evening. Wall art to them is a crayon mishap to you. And yes, a blank wall will likely be their first and most suitable target. It is a wonderful challenge to decorate your kid’s room. As well as this, your child will love it and perhaps not so many tantrums!. The rooms aesthetics will also help to affect how your child grows in the years to come.

When considering wall art for your child, try to discuss with them first on what they want. If you do all the work and take no note of your child’s opinion, chances are your child will feel uncomfortable within the strange room. But, if your kid does not know what they want, you have the freedom to do as you please from then on.

Colour the walls with shades that are pleasing to a child’s eyes – pastel colours are a popular choice. Try to invent a certain theme in which you think your kid could fit into nicely and one which they will truly love. Make sure the colours are of proper proportion to the walls. Or why not try out some wall sticker designs of cartoon characters your child loves.

When your child wants to have a simple, cosy room, try some canvas prints depicting nature. Try photos on canvas if you want to have your very own pictures hang like a real painting. If they want something to ignite their creative minds, hang pictures of fairies, pirates, robots, or superheroes! When they want something crazy, you can let them have pop art portraits of their favourite comics. Bright, bold and vibrant will bring dazzling happiness to any room.

Keep in mind to display photos on the walls. Hang pictures of last year’s family holiday at the beach, school photos of your kid and his friends, his pet dog or even his latest artistic work! At least the crayon mishaps in your kid’s wall will be greatly reduced. This also lets your child reminisce the glorious past. If you want, you can have those photos in a collage-like style to incorporate all your favourite photos.

These are just some simple ideas. Feel free to use these if you can make use of them. The goal here is to make your child happy and have a fulfilling, fruitful upbringing!

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