14 ideas for creative nursery wall art
As you think about topics and ways to decorate your new nursery, you’ll see how free the task can be. Decorating a nursery means thinking outside the box and getting creative. These include storage, fabrics, colors and wall art. Especially wall art. It is unbelievable what good places wall decoration will do for your space. If you look through these 14 ideas for creative nursery wall art, let go of your inner child and be inspired to create something beautiful in your child’s nursery.
Garlands are a good start if you need to fill the wall. A simple pom pom garland like these can be a purchase or a DIY project in what colors will fit the rest of your nursery. Then you can drape it over a crib or a changing table or the empty corner that you need to fill.
Pinwheels are such a nostalgic toy. You probably played with them when you were young. It’s not surprising that they are a great addition to the wall art in your nursery. With all the scrapbook paper options out there, you can make them yourself in any pattern you can think of one afternoon. How is that for thrifty kindergarten art?
Tissue paper is another affordable option for nursery art! Whether you call them pom poms or flowers, make some in some bright colors and fill an empty corner or hang a few little balls over the crib for baby to enjoy
Wall art does not have to be just for decorative purposes. With some cleverness, you can double your nursery art as a store. Some branches of the garden hanging from the ceiling will flaunt your child’s stuffed animals and turn the toy into a work of art.
Are you trying to get bright and fat in your nursery? Then you have to try this little DIY. Decide which colors will best suit your theme and paint a unique piece of art that your child will love from birth to move out … And even then, they’ll take it with them
Mobiles are a great place to get creative as you decorate your kids room. These 3D stars are easy to make and they will be a very effective piece of art, whether your topic is Peter Pan or solar systems.
Speaking of solar systems, this is possibly the most creative use of hoop frames I’ve ever seen in a nursery. If you choose a more adult theme, you can spend a little more time and money on wall art because your child will love it longer than Pooh and Peter Rabbit.
Alphabet walls are now a classic for nursery art, which means there are so many ways to create one. Gluing patterned fabric to painted white letters must be one of my absolute favorites. In the end, you can use your scraps to create different art or even sew a matching blanket!
Did you know that running lights are not that hard for a DIY project? This adorable giraffe party tent light was modeled after a pink frozen animal cracker. If you have a child, you know exactly what that is and will applaud the similarity. In addition, your child will like to have some art that looks like her favorite snack
To hang your child’s name on the wall is nothing new in nursery art. But it’s a starting block for you to get creative. Driftwood is great for letters, or you can use pine cones or laurel twigs. It’s a good way to get around.
You will not find any more adorable rabbits than these. With a bit of origami practice and some pretty pastel paper, your child can fall asleep and watch those beautiful 3D bunnies on their wall
Faux dissection has come in the trends and gone so you could have a cardboard deer head in your closet. Give it a new life by hanging it in your nursery! Whether in a gallery wall or all alone, it will give a great touch
I could not resist another garland. A sparkling beauty like this one is sure to catch your child’s eye every time you enter the room. And as I said, stars fit almost any theme you have, minimal to boho.
When it comes down to it, gallery walls are only the best. So you feel free to sort out everything that fits your nursery theme. Birdhouses, adventure quotes, hoop frames, whatever you are looking for.