Educational Décor for Your Children’s Room

In addition to your personal aesthetic, décor is determined by the purpose of each room. For example, the living room is designed specifically to aid social gatherings and promote family time. The bedroom is usually the most relaxing room in the house in order to encourage a good night’s sleep.

When it comes to designing a room for the kiddos, you should strive to inspire educational fun. Children tend to develop based on what they are surrounded by on a daily basis. Why not give your kids the opportunity to learn in a creative way? From toys with a purpose to a colorful wall map of the USA, there are so many ways to decorate their living space.

We’ve curated some inventive ideas for your kid-friendly spaces. These design concepts can help them play and grow simultaneously! Read on to find out more about how to maximize the potential of your new scholastic play-space.

Exciting USA Map Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art

DIY Art Wall

If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that every kid loves coloring. You can turn an entire wall into a free space for drawing. This will give your kids a designated area to freely explore their artistic tendencies, without damaging the rest of your house.

Turn an accent wall into a chalkboard so your kids can doodle whatever their heart desires. They can erase the sketches later and start all over again from scratch! All you have to do is cover the wall with blackboard contact paper and let them draw away, worry-free.

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Puzzle Rug

Kids are universally curious. The first thing they do when they come into contact with something new is examine it carefully. It’s important to include items in your kid’s room that will be intellectually stimulating. Give your children a chance to expand their mind with a super-fun puzzle rug!

Puzzle rugs are practical as well as educational. These brightly-colored bits of décor will be your children’s new favorite focal point. Playful interlocking carpet tiles will help them develop logical thinking and have fun in the process.

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Tell Stories Through Art

Make your wall art functional as well as visually attractive. There are so many ways to incorporate education into wall art. One of our personal favorites is this Snow Queen artwork by award-winning artist, Victoria Fomina.   

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The Snow Queen III Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art

Choose wall hangings that tell a story. Every time your child looks up, they will feel like they’re reading an engaging picture book. Use wall art panels that convey a story with a beginning, middle, and end so that the little ones can build a relationship with the art of storytelling.

You can also use nature-themed art for a fun way to teach your children about the animal kingdom.

Wild Animals Cartoon Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art

Simple Stickers

Stickers are a great way to teach your kids about day-to-day items. Take a day to label things around their room with colorful stickers. For instance, use a glittery sock sticker to mark the sock drawer, and a vibrant toy sticker for the toy box.

Kids can learn about everyday essentials and be entertained at the same time. Make sure to check for removable adhesive options so you don’t damage furniture in the long run.

Adorable Decals

It’s no secret that kids love the outdoors, so why not bring the outside, inside? Introduce them to animals, plants, and flora through realistic adhesive decals. You can cover their walls with lifelike trees and their favorite animals for some unique, informative décor. If you really want to commit to the lifelike visual theme, a photorealistic wall mural is a beautiful option.

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Looking in the mirror is an important lesson in self-recognition. When your child is young, seeing themselves in the mirror for the first time can be a bit confusing. That’s why it’s essential to make it a regular occurrence, so they can slowly learn to perceive their own appearance.

Because you want to be careful of possible broken glass, you can hang a mirror that has doors and only open it when you’re having an educational moment. It’s also a fun way to play the classic game of peek-a-boo.

Bulletin Boards

Install a bulletin board in your children’s room and fill it with colorful images. Plus, if your child is proud of a creation of their own, you can also display their unique art. This is a great idea to combine educational art and personal pieces. 

Kid-Friendly Conclusion

It’s a rewarding experience to transform your child’s space. You can take a blank canvas and turn it into something vibrant and educational. By implementing these décor ideas, you can make your kids’ room into a haven where they can bloom and flourish.

What are you waiting for? Redecorate and find creative ways for your kids to learn and grow from the comfort of your own home!







Annette Schmucker