Featured Kids Room Artworks

Furnishing the children's room with art

Unicorns, jungle fantasies, wild animals or popular toy motifs - children have their own artistic preferences for their rooms. Individual artworks express their personalities, and stimulate their imagination. Whether for the baby's nursery, a classic children's room, for the playroom, or for older children and teenagers - find the right high-quality art print!

Kid's Room Art:

The right motif choice for every children's room
Various areas in the children's room
Coordinating furnishing and decoration
Art for girls' and boys' rooms
Choosing artworks for your kid's room

The right motif choice for every children's room

Girls and boys often have different preferences. Babies perceive their environment differently than toddlers. Teenagers no longer want art motifs they perceive as too childish. Doing justice to the artistic taste of all genders and ages is no mean task.

Let the young collectors lead the way themselves, and discover an enchanting motif that molds to their inspiration! Decide together with your children which motifs will inspire their creativity. What are your childrens' favorite animals? What are their hobbies or interests? Heroes like Batman or characters from Star Wars, Legos, and Playmobil dolls are reminiscent of Pop Art and create a positive and playful atmosphere. Classic or funny animal portraits appeal to almost every child.

Children's room pictures
Clark Kent Graffiti (l.) and Bruce Wayne Graffiti (r.) by Daniel Picard
Children's room pictures
Coloured Campbell's Soup Red by Andy Warhol and Heroes by Marek Haiduk

Various areas in the children's room

A children's room fulfills several purposes at the same time: a place of retreat, a place to sleep, an oasis of play, an arts and crafts zone, or a place to get homework done.

The kid's room has various natural partitions. You can emphasize these areas with the right furniture and decor, and adapt them to the needs of your child. Create special atmospheres and create particular accents with high-quality photographic art to make the children's room functional and aesthetically organized.

Funny and playful animal prints fit into every play areas. Angela Rossi creates surprising animal portraits with human charm that will even make the big kids smile.

Coordinating furnishing and decoration

Many children already have a distinctive sense of taste and want to decide for themselves with which furniture and furnishings they surround themselves. What is your basic furniture? Scandinavian and modern minimalist? Vintage style or a motley mix? Adapt your wall decor and art to your existing furniture, its proportions and colors.

The children's room can be easily and quickly adapted by adding a few splashes of color with wallpaper or paint, and the wall decor can be changed accordingly. Colorful art in the play corner is stimulating. Soft, muted tones help the kids fall asleep. In a nursery, for example, consider cloud motifs and pastel colored art in combination with white, creating a soothing environment for your baby.

And even for the young collector of fine art, the decor would be halfhearted without leaving enough free space on the walls to hang up their own self-painted and handmade works of art. Combine them with dynamic and high-quality art prints for an exciting aesthetic interplay.

Children's room pictures
Cervus Bos Bovinae Paradisus by André Sanchez
Children's room pictures
Wonderwoman and Superman by Pierre Adrien-Sollier (l.) and The Troopers by David Eger

Art for girls' and boys' rooms

Take account of how gender informs your children's taste in art. This doesn't mean you're limited to works in pink or blue. The most popular themes for kids are usually animals, outer space, and comic figures anyway. Some color schemes outlast a child's growing pains better than others.

For a girl's room, consider friendly tones such as beige. Pastel shades such as mint green might have a bit more staying power as she gets older and her tastes change. A strong choice of blue art or red art in a boy's room, however, can quickly be passé after a year. When it comes to girls' and boys' rooms, think also of the different areas: a corner for playing with toys, a corner for sleeping, and a corner for homework.

When choosing art to fit the decor, go for a real eye-catcher. Highly stylized themes which may be appropriate for your bedroom or bathroom probably won't work as well in a kid's room! Vibrant and adventurous themes like outer space art, however, are a surer bet.

Choosing Art for Your Kids Room

Hanging and arranging art in the kid's room

You can also create a well thought-out picture wall art scheme for the kid's room. Hanging art can actually be quite simple. The salon-style hanging, for example, is particularly relaxed, spontaneous and yet orderly. If you combine your murals thematically or decide to use the same framing, then there is not reason not to introduce an element of ordered chaos, making of disorder a creative virtue. Combine artworks together into an arrangement of multiple pieces, and tie it together by combining their art with art from our collection.

Looking to turn an art acquisition into an occasion? give your children the gift of art! Our collection of gifts for young art fans is our curators' selection of art gifts for budding collectors and inspired young personalities!

Choosing an Acrylic Prints

LUMAS prints come with the option for mounting on acrylic. As in your kitchen art scheme, acrylic provides a number of advantages beyond the way they buoy light, color, and the motif itself. They are extremely durable, resistant to grime, paint, and water, and can be easily cleaned by being wiped with a microfiber cloth. In this way, they make for a supreme alternative to canvas - a higher-quality stage for an artwork, but also a material which is built to weather whatever toy slings and arrows your children throw at them.


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