Eco Room Decor For Kids That Will Make The Walls Speak Volumes

By Inhabitots

Back in the day, parents used to rely on a fresh coat of paint in a pastel hue to pronounce baby's nursery or to liven up their child's room. Cut to modern day, and there's a whole new world of room decor that will really make the walls talk. Take for instance, Dwell Studio's eco-friendly wallpaper. Their bright and cheery wallpaper is 100% free of vinyl, PVC’s, POC’s and VOC’s, and it comes in fun prints to befit any kid's penchant -- from owls and trees to cars and buses. Every parent knows that little kids come with BIG amounts of stuff, and these adorable peg racks from Maple Shade Kids will not only look fantastic hanging on the wall, they'll help keep kids organized! You can opt for a friendly alligator and little bird peg rack, or a mother and baby bird peg rack to get the job done with aplomb. Since the world is every little one's oyster, Petit Collage's gorgeous 'My World' jumbo wood panel will both decorate and educate kiddos in geography. Looking for a stylish, personalized touch for room decor? You can create your own bamboo wall art featuring your child's name and/or photograph via Paper Culture. These gorgeous, unique and affordable prints from Etsy shop Munieca would be a delightful touch in any kid's space. Why settle for any old nightlight when you can illuminate baby's room with a serenebird house nightlight by Modern Treetop Baby? Wall decals offer a chic and easy way to really bring rooms to life. weeDecor's savvy stick-ons look more like painted murals once applied to the wall. And their darling collection ranges from nature to planes, cars, sailboats, hot air balloons and trucks and from under the sea to the jungle.

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