25 Ideas for Kids’ Room Art
Kids’ rooms can be the most fun and the most daunting to decorate. Finding a theme and color scheme that you can both love is just a start. And decorating on a budget is always a key factor — who wants to spend thousands of dollars on a room that will be changed within a couple of years? We’ve rounded up 25 kids room art ideas to help you decorate in style without breaking the bank.
This scrabble tile family name art is one of my favorite projects. You could easily do your child’s name and some adjectives describing them or their interests to customize it.
An alphabet wall is a classic and fun way to help your child learn to identify their letters, and it’s so easy to customize (and change later, if you want) the colors of the letters.
A giant picture — for under $20? I think I could use one in every room! And this idea would fit for kids of any age, from newborn up to tweens and teenagers. Head over to Sugar Bee Crafts for the details.
For a tween or teenager (or a family room), this life-sized photo booth strip is a fun way to capture them and their friends. Get the details to make your own from Kim Demmon at Spoonful. (And it’s also really fun on the back of a door!)
If your child has a favorite picture book, or just a book where you love the art, make a quick and inexpensive wall art collection with book pages (or photocopied book pages) like Megan from Honey We’re Home shared here.
This string wall art is such a fun and inexpensive way to dress up a large portion of the wall. (If you’re renting or worried about nailing right into the wall, you can create the art on a large piece of wood instead.) Get the tutorial for the string wall art from NineRed, and while you’re there, browse his great library of string art he’s created!
I love the simplicity and versatility of this love wall art from Make It and Love It. Change the color and the lettering font and you can create a totally different look to fit a different style of room.