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When we were kids, posters of popular teen stars and our favorite boy bands dominated our walls. Today, thanks to endless design blogs, social media apps like Pinterest and decorating sites like Houzz, the days of haphazard decorating are over.
Decorative objects help tell the story of a child’s room. They complement their colour scheme or inspire an entirely new one. If you trust your kid’s tastes (or even if you don’t) let them pick out a few pieces to add to their decor so that they feel like they’re part of the process. If they have pride in what they come up with, they might even keep their rooms presentable.
Our offering of decorating objects represents today’s modern decor trends and includes typographic word art, photo frames, money banks, calendars and a roundup of the coolest tchotchkes. Have fun exploring the many different options. You’ll find the combinations are endless.
Word art is a trend in decorating that’s perfectly suited for kids’ rooms. With fun expressions representing sports buzzwords, texting lingo and inspirational messages, these pieces add a pop of colour and act as a sculptural element in their space. Displayed on a desktop, bookshelf or windowsill, word art will add a 3-dimensional shot of style to their room.
Kids love taking selfies and photos with their friends and sometimes, it’s nice to actually print them and put them out on display. What better way to show them off than in a stylish photo frame? A strategically placed photo adds a personalized touch to any room to put one on their nightstand, desk or shelf to surround your child with love and friendship.
A stylish money bank gives kids a place to stash their allowance until it’s time to take it to their savings account. Think outside the piggy bank and opt for one of our different shapes. As stylish as they are functional, banks not only help kids learn about saving money, they also add a decorative touch to their room.
Say goodbye to calendars that go out of date at the end of a year and say hello to perpetual calendars. With a switch of a few pieces, they stay current year after year and might even help your child grasp the concept of being on time. Feature one in their room as a way to keep them on track.
With so much variety in kids’ decor to choose from, it’s a snap to set up a personalized space for your child. Teach them the fine art of vignette styling to help them create great looking displays and let them have some fun picking out their decorative objects. After all, it’s their room and their personal expression.