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Big, Bare Walls

With every child’s room design project that we tackle, we face the inevitable question: what to put on the walls?

Sometimes it’s personal and sentimental. Sometimes it’s just plain cute. Sometimes, there’s a big budget; sometimes, it’s a shoestring. Sometimes modern, sometimes traditional—you get the point, it varies with every room. And, there are so many great places to buy artwork—we couldn’t possibly cover them all. So, today, we’re rounding up some of our current favorites—for those big, bare walls—all available from a new site called

A fun take on wall letters:

colorful wall letters

Monoglam Metal Letters

Gorgeous framed prints, pretty enough to last a lifetime (look for these in one of our upcoming design reveals):

framed barbie photos

Generation of Dreams Limited Edition Barbie Print

An adorable growth chart made of fabric decals:

growth chart wall decal

City Growth Chart Fabric Wall Decals

Limited edition stretched-canvas from an original hand painting:

nursery wall art

Rain on Me Original Painting - Limited Edition

A whimsical piece that’s truly beautiful:

whimsical wall art

Multi Balloon Matted Print

Remember, the only limit on artwork for a nursery or child’s room is the amount of space on the walls (and ceiling?!).

Hillary March

Thursday 8th of March 2012

I had bought so many prints and whimsical wall art from Etsy. I really have a weakness for anything I can put in frames and hang on the wall.


Saturday 3rd of March 2012

That City Growth Chart Fabric Wall Decal is really nice. I have so many ideas in my head about what to place on my wall that it now looks like a gallery.