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Children's Wall Art

Posters are always a cost effective way of decorating a child's room.
There are endless subjects to choose from for every interest and don't cost the earth. The supplier can often frame it for you too.
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Framed art and reproductions can be obtained in your local shops and on the net.

Original Paintings by an artist or illustrator can be a fantastic alternative to a mural and can be moved easily from place to place. Prices vary enormously depending on the artist. Some artists can be commissioned to produce a painting or illustration to suite you. Have a look around you may find someone locally or
Click here for a list of childrens artists that I think are a bit special

Tapestries can provide an unusual focal as an alternative in decorating your child's room. The beauty of tapestries is that they are not generally out grown and they can become a family heirloom. This may be a good alternative for an older child or teens room.
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Tile murals and mosaics are often used in bathrooms and kitchens, but why not one in your child's room?

Almost any object could provide wall décor for your child's room. Sports equipment, collections of objects from a favourite hobby or interest. Have a good think about what you and your child already have. Ordinary items take on a new life when hung on the wall. A group of similar objects can look stunning grouped and arranged the wall.

Create a 'scrapbook' display on a wall with photos of events, awards, tickets, anything that he/she could collect.

Combine it with a handpainted mural on another wall in the same theme.

Buy inexpensive frames to create the display and change or add to the contents as time passes.


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