Sometimes a new coat of paint in a bedroom just doesn’t cut it for originality. If you’ve been struggling to find ideas for how to decorate your kids room, consider using something like kids wall art to really spice things up a bit. Wall art obviously comes in many different styles and themes, which is why it’s important to get your child’s input before you just buy anything. If you’re trying to surprise your little one with a new bedroom to come home to, consider looking through his favorite games or books for ideas. And depending on their age, you could get away with a neutral color theme or design scheme if you’re stuck for ideas.
The best part about kid’s art is that it generally goes well with almost any starting room or color. This means that you can put up a new coat of paint to get things started and finish the room off with the art if you’re looking to add some more color. When looking for art, make sure that it’s age appropriate and not something that could be too violent or scary for your child. Another good thing to keep in mind is where the art will be hanging. Having the art too low makes it boring to look at, and having it too high puts it out of your child’s line of sight. Hanging your child’s art in the middle of the wall is a good spot to keep it out of reach of them as well as keep it visible when they’re lying in bed or playing with their friends.
If your kid’s room isn’t the only thing that needs sprucing up in terms of wall art, another cool idea to try out is vinyl wall art. Vinyl art works by taking what are essentially giant stickers and pasting them to the wall. The best part about these giant stickers though is that they don’t leave any residue or glue to the wall, making them extremely easy to take off and move to another location if you’d like. Plus, the lack of damage to the wall makes moving a breeze if all you have to do is take your art down and be on your way without having to worry about repainting the walls. Vinyl art comes in many different styles to suit almost any mood of a room. If shopping online, be sure to find out the measurements of the art you’re looking at so that you know how big it is against your wall before you buy it.