How can we create a fun environment for our kids, using wall art? Kids love having their own space. In this way, they’re no different from us adults. And we parents who have the resources to give our children a space of their own also have the privilege of making sure the space we give them fits them. Whether it’s their bedroom or any other dedicated space, we have the opportunity to work with our kids in decorating it in such a way that the space becomes an expression of who they are. Such a space will give them plenty of room to express themselves creatively.

What follows is a brief list of some creative ideas for putting together a unique space for your child… From colorful murals to whimsical paintings. These pieces will bring joy to any child’s space.

A Fun Playroom Using Wall Art


If you’re looking for a fun playroom idea, consider adding a mural to one of the walls. These pieces come in a variety of styles, sizes, and colors, so there’s bound to be one that fits perfectly into your kid’s playroom.

An Artsy Space 

Art Room

Using pieces that are more abstract, or include a vibrant mix of color for rich texture, might just be the injection of inspiration that your child needs to start their artwork. PhotoWall designs would work beautifully in a space like this.

A Colorful Nursery


Easy on the eye, softer, pastel-colored pieces always add a sense of warmth and cozy comfort to a little one’s nursery. If you’re looking for a colorful nursery room, check out these designs.

A Modern Learning Space

Learning Space

Ok, so, as a home-school mom, this is obviously where my bias lies… Creating a space that is modern and engaging for any child. They will want to sit down in this calm environment and begin their homework, if you are a homeschool parent, this beautiful design will create a learning space that is welcoming.

You might also consider a mural that can serve as an educational tool. You can use them to teach children about different cultures, countries, and even animals. They can also help teach kids about math and science by showing how numbers relate to each other.

A Family Room That’s Both Functional and Beautiful

Family Room

I’ll admit that this last one is a bit of a cheat… the family room is certainly not a child’s own space, but the family room certainly is one of the most used spaces in any home. And that could and should include the children as well. It serves as a gathering place for friends and family, a place to relax after a hard day at school or work, and a spot where children can play while parents unwind. These pieces might just be the touch you need to make your family room a more welcoming and relaxing space for you and your children.

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