Kids' Wall Decor To Suit Every Style

A bedroom should be a fun expression of your child's personality. Let them have a little fun decorating their space by shopping the fun and imaginative collection of kids' wall decor available at Pottery Barn Kids. From three-dimensional flower designs to typographic letters, there's sure to be a piece of decor just calling to be featured over their desk or bed.

Fun Ideas for Decorating with Wall Decor

Spell it Out: Three-dimensional letters are a classic way to bring a bold focal point to a child's space. Add a single initial over their bed, create a custom monogram or spell out their favorite word. Letter wall hangings come in many different font and color options to choose from. Stick with just one for a clean and sophisticated look or mix things up for a more eclectic taste.

Track Growth: Little ones grow up so fast. Track their growth in a fun and playful way by adding a decorative growth chart to their nursery and keeping it as part of their room through their teen years.

Create an Accent Wall: Apply an eye-catching wallpaper to a single wall in the nursery and it becomes the instant focal point of the space. Wallpaper isn't just a great way to adorn a standard wall, it can also be used to line the back of a bookshelf or a decorative niche.

Turn Walls into Sticker Books: When you aren't ready to commit to wallpaper, peel and stick wall decals make a stylish alternative. Place them yourself or give your child the freedom to decorate their own walls. If their interest ever change, wall decals are easy to remove without causing damage.

Reflect the Design of the Space: There's no piece of wall decor more classic and timeless than a decorative mirror. Style the room with a traditional round or rectangular mirror or switch things up opt for a mirror shaped like an animal and fun element.

With so many different designs of kids' decor available, it is easy to find one that speaks to your child's style. Keep the overall color scheme and design in mind when shopping the collection and select pieces designed to elevate the existing look. Mix-and-match a few of your favorite decor items with pieces your child makes themselves. Framing school artwork or showcasing a piece of painted pottery will make your child proud that they contributed to their space.