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Playing with the decor in a child's room can be incredibly fun, but it can also be incredibly overwhelming. The best thing you can do is have fun! Since these little accessories are usually much less expensive than furniture, they're not as much of an investment, and can be playful and take risks. Don't be afraid to go outside of the box — since this is a child's room, you can take some risks that you wouldn't normally be able to take. But be careful not to invest too much into trends. If you do, use them with smaller items rather than big-ticket items. You want to try and decorate with the next few years in mind. And of course, prioritize what is needed over what is wanted. Don't get trapped into thinking that certain decorative items are necessary to make your child's room a special place! Stay within your budget. More
This is my favorite growth chart find of all. You personalize it by adding the child's name and the heights of family members. Takes the fun out of doing the 'back-to-back-gee-whiz-Grandpa-I-think-I'm-taller-than-you' game at family get togethers, but is a fabulous keepsake. Not to mention it's...
The only word for this is "tree-mendous." It's sculptural art right in your kids' bedroom — and it's functional too. Shawn Soh did a beautiful job designing this.
This is a beautiful print and a great message for little girls. I had no idea that it was from Winnie the Pooh! And I love the typeface.
Mini Lazy Susan
Murals can be really expensive to paint. Try a wall decal mural for an extra big space like a playroom or bonus room.
This print is a fun take on the famous Dr. Seuss classic. It is available in several colors to suit your nursery's design scheme.
Where to store all those gold coins (or pennies and nickels and stuff)? In a hand-painted wooden question mark box, of course!
Peacock Wall Art
Throw pillows can be a fun and exciting element for a little one. I adore the idea of this anchor sitting on a chair or bed.
When I was a kid, my favorite thing to do was build forts from blankets, or branches outside. This canopy combines the best of both, with a lot less fuss.
Silk Fantasy Bowers
These adorable ottomans complete a Mario room. Who doesn't love finding a mushroom? (Magical properties not included.)
I don't have kids yet, but this print is definitely going up in my future nugget's bedroom. How sweet is it? It just expresses my love for black and white and boldness. I hope my little one loves it as much as I do.
Both my client and I flipped over these Playroom Rules! They will fit perfectly between two windows, and the Etsy seller will color match your scheme.
No, your eyes aren't deceiving you; it really is a climbing tree. Art meets toddler/preschool fun-ctionality. It brings a whole new meaning to "climbing the walls."
Organization is key when it comes to going back to school. These vibrant organizational items are so fun.
This is so fabulous! It reminds me of a vintage French street sign, and of course the personalization factor makes it extra sweet.
Girls will love this bookshelf that doubles as a dollhouse. It even has window cutouts on the sides for a realistic look.
For your little woodland baby, these rustic branch hooks will help create a place for pretend play costumes, petit sweaters, and everything in between. Ideal for a nature-inspired nursery.
Rustic Branch Hooks
Bird and Owl Tree Wall Mural Set. Both sophisticated and fun, you'll love livening up your walls with this tree! Featuring funky, curly branches, brightly-colored flowers, and some friendly feathered friends, our Scroll Tree is the perfect touch to nurseries, bedrooms, and playrooms. Every element...
Comfy cozy and easy to keep clean. This playroom was simply created using shades of grey with pops of yellow. The wall unit was custom built from wall to wall creating tons of vertical storage space. The TV is centered on the wall and can be enjoyed from any spot in the room. Fluffy pillows and rug...
This real Dr. Seuss book has been turned into a piece of sculptural art for your wall. It is a unique way to display a childhood classic.
For those with little girls, you know how hair bows, clips and barrettes can get out of control. A hanging barrette holder like this one is a great option and can add a decorative touch to the room.
This Long Legged Animal decal is the newer of a line of quirky and adorable wall decor by Elephannie. This individual artist on Etsy has created a new take on the farm animal theme. Also offering to fulfill custom requests, this company allows a nonintrusive way to add design to the very walls of...
If you're trying to resist the pressure to buy room decor inspired by commercial cartoon characters, how about these superhero-themed decals? They seem to have been lifted straight out of comic books. If used artfully, they could add some humorous visual punctuation to a plain wall.
If space won't allow for an art desk, a lazy susan that can be moved around easily is a great alternative for housing art supplies.