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Six Ideas for Decorating Kids’ Bedrooms


by Milly

via | Get the look: Apple – Yeah, That

1. Map it out

Inspire your children to become little explorers with a wall of maps. Go big, with an oversized canvas or group a collection of vintage maps together for an eclectic feature. Dive into our National Archives collection to find a treasure trove of antique maps, or for something contemporary try Christopher Corr’s bright illustrated travels or Julia Gash for her charming playful maps.

2. Make an animal farm

Create a wild children’s interior featuring creatures both great and small. From sleepy animals by illustrator Sophy Henn to bright wild things by pattern lover Marie Perkins – there’s a cheeky animal for every room.

3. Send them to out of space

When you’re small there’s a whole new world to explore, and beyond that there’s that little thing called space to get your head around. Create an out-of-this-world art collection for your children to ponder the universe.

4. Make it easy like A, B, C 

Play around with an oversized alphabet print that’s both fun and educational. For something retro, spell out your child’s name with our Ladybird alphabet series; instil magic with our collection of much-loved Flower Fairies; or try contemporary artist Sugar Snap Studio for a quirky illustrated alphabet print.

5. Take a trip down under the sea

From exotic fish to pretty coral life, there is a whole world to explore under the sea. Transform your child’s bedroom from boring to exciting with an aquamarine collection of art prints.

6. Play around

Key to decorating your child’s bedroom is to have fun! Fill a wall with Kim Sayer’s cars or play around with Deborah Schenck’s retro toy prints. For something illustrated, try Louise Cunningham who has everything from fairground rides to flower bouquets to bring a pop of colour to your kid’s bedroom.


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