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Our son is now three years old. He is in that stage where he is outgrowing his baby stuff but still too young to really settle on a definite style in his room. It’s the age when you find yourself looking for creative ways to add color and fun to their room, but in a way that can easily be switched out to match their ever-changing interests… without breaking the bank.
I have begun slowly moving out the teddy bear decor and started my task of purchasing a variety of posters. You can find posters all over the place… from your local retailer to online stores dedicated to specific types of posters. Posters can be a much more budget-friendly way to decorate, which also makes them great for the constantly changing interests of this age range. I love the idea that The Kids Corner had for using vintage art deco poster prints to decorate a kid’s room. It’s a look that manages to be both fun and classy! I’m still in that stage of planning where I am trying to decide if I want to stick to a particular theme or indulge the Prince in all of his favorite characters. Vintage-style Mickey Mouse prints would be awesome, wouldn’t it?
Whatever I decide, I know that I want it to look neat and purposeful. I want to create an effect similar to an art gallery. I didn’t want to just tack the posters on the wall, so I was shopping at posterframedepot.com for framing options. I actually had no idea how many framing options were available for posters! I thought I would want to stick to a uniform color and framing style for the best effect, but some information I came across on hanging posters made a good point… a frame that compliments the dominant color can enhance the art. I also like the idea of adding matting.
I’m getting so excited to start building our Prince’s little gallery!