Before my niece was born in September, I was tentatively putting together a little parcel of things I thought might be lovely to go in a nursery. We don’t have children but with nieces, nephews and godsons aged from 11 years to 3 weeks, there’s no shortage of them in our lives and I love interiors for children just as much as clothes, and love seeing all the ideas that come together over at the weekly #HomeEtc linky run by The Twinkle Diaries and Mummy of Boy Girl Twins.
One of the more recent trends for kids interiors has been wall decals, or wall stickers. I remember stickers being the bane of my parents life when I was little because they’d be stuck all over furniture, the walls, anywhere and stubbornly refuse to come off. Times have changed since then and they’re now a wonderfully stylish and inexpensive way to freshen up a child’s room.
Room to Grow, an online store offering practical but stylish bedroom solutions to please both parents and children, offer a super range of ready to download, free artwork for walls, ideal for playrooms and bedrooms and that’s right, absolutely no cost. There are full instructions for each set of stickers whether you’re using a home printer or professional printer for large scale printing, and also recommendations for vinyl printers if you decide to go down that route.
The stickers come in 4 themes: Knights Tales, Woodland Friends, Under the Sea and Transport. They are exclusive to Room to Grow who have teamed up with illustrators The Hungry Sandwich Club and Abbas Mushtaq to help bring children’s imaginations to life using the bright, creative images.
I think wall stickers are a great idea, meaning you can change up a room without having to always necessarily redecorate and I’m planning on recommending them to my friends and family if they’re stuck for ideas.
This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts, words and opinions are my own.