Guest Post: Incorporating Kids’ Artwork into Your Décor
The blog is getting super stylish today with the arrival of guest blogger Emily A. Clark. A home stylist and interior decorator, Emily can transform a room from drab to fab. If you don’t believe me, just check out her amazing home office makeover, which is just one of her amazing projects. Emily has also inspired me with her ability to re-purpose items that she finds on Craigslist and at Goodwill; she’s a girl after my own heart. On top of it all, Emily is a mom of three, which makes her an expert on the following topic: Incorporating kids’ artwork into your home decor. Take it away, Emily!
Although Erin’s sweet Ike may not be interested in making masterpieces with markers just yet, I thought I would share some of my favorite images of rooms where kids’ artwork is prominently displayed and brings in a bright dose of happy color.
The more the merrier. . . I love how lots of smaller frames were tightly arranged to create a large, impactful wall gallery.
Changing it up. . . In our home, there is a never ending supply of new artistic creations. A large fabric-covered bulletin board is the perfect way to easily change out what’s displayed. Hung behind a sofa, it becomes an over-sized piece of art in itself.
Thanks, Erin, for allowing me to guest post while you’re on mommy duty! Look forward to seeing how Ike’s creations will fill your walls in the coming years.
Thanks so much, Emily! You may have convinced me that it is possible to incorporate Ike’s future masterpieces into our home in ways other than just sticking something on the refrigerator! What does everyone else think? Any creative ways that you’ve displayed your child’s artwork?