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8 wall decor ideas in a child's room

8 wall decor ideas in a child's room



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1. A shower of stars


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What could be better than a starry sky to wish sweet dreams to your little one? Whether it's a wallpaper, sticky stickers or phosphorescent models, nothing is too good for your child to fall asleep with his head in the stars…

2. A climbing wall


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If your toddler is not afraid of anything (and if his age allows it of course), install a climbing wall in his room, he will be satisfied! And in addition, it does not detonate anything in terms of look. We are sure, even the older ones will want to try it…

3. A chalkboard wall


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To learn to read, write or even draw, nothing like a big board! And to avoid pencil stains in the wrong places, there is nothing better than slate. Here, an entire wall has been covered with a slate effect paint but nothing prevents you from choosing a model to pose against a wall!

4. Animal illustrations


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To decorate the walls of a child's room without breaking your head too much, posters and frames are sure values. Choose large and adorable animal illustrations like those in this room, to spark your darling imagination!

5. Mini windmills


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Followers of recycled decoration and DIY, this wall decoration is made for you! The idea is to collect or even better, make your own small paper windmills and hang them on the wall. It's original, easy to do and inexpensive ... In short, we love it!

6. A trompe l'oeil wallpaper


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Like posters, wallpaper is the solution of choice to decorate the walls of a child's room without much effort. Especially since today there is a wide variety of patterns! We fall for the trompe l'oeil effects like these mountains in shades of pastel, which inject a poetic atmosphere into the room.

7. Shelves


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There is never enough storage, especially in a child's room! To make storage more fun while decorating the walls, choose colorful and fun-filled shelving models. Square, triangular, hexagonal, house-shaped shelves… There is no shortage of choices on the market…

8. A moodboard-style grid


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To hang photos, drawings, posters and other flying papers, the wall grid is ideal as a moodboard. Attach it to the wall above a bed or an office space so that your child can easily access it! We also like the light garlands hanging on the wall, which create a subdued atmosphere conducive to sleep ...