In dining rooms, art is used to create a focal point and also provoke conversation from guests seated at the table. Consider a youthful, cheery approach to dining room art by having children’s art professionally mounted and framed with grown-up material. Instead of museum glass, opt for non-glare acrylic which is kid-safe and easy to clean.
The sky's the limit in this kids' playroom with walls painted to look like mountains. A small table and stools provide a perfect spot for creations and games of all kinds, and the blue-patterned rug mimics the angular peaks and valleys on the walls.
This fun girls' bedroom features a two twin beds, each dressed in gold polka dot bed linens and decorate with several throw pillows, including one with a pink sneaker print and another in the shape of gold sunglasses. Framed kids' artwork hangs above the beds.
This trendy gray living room features mid-century modern furnishings with a touch of rustic displayed in the coffee table. A custom cabinet painted with white chalkboard paint cleverly hides the TV and includes children's artwork.
This space was located at the basement of the house and was originally dark and unorganized. By adding bright sunshine-colored paint to the walls, a fun fabric sofa and framed kids' artwork, the room becomes cheery and inspiring!
Floor-to-ceiling windows allows natural light to illuminate this midcentury modern dining room with a round white table and brown wooden chairs. A polished concrete floor offers an updated look, while framed kids' artwork adds a lively touch.
Creating a gallery wall filled with your children’s artwork is easy and will give a colorful and personal touch to any room. Keep it simple and let the art be the focus with monochrome matted frames in assorted sizes.
There’s no reason why your garage can’t feel as warm and welcoming as the rest of your house. Add a potted plant, frame your child’s artwork for a low-budget splash of color, and hang chalkboard signs with a cheerful message.
The playful basket-weave, green-and-white wallpaper makes a great background for the display of kids’ artwork. Green cushions line the banquette seating, a retro pendant lamp illuminates the wood tabletop, and a bamboo blind sits atop the window.