Artwork is such an integral part of home decor, no? Personally, I’m partial to oversized pieces everywhere but particularly in nurseries and kid’s rooms because you can add such charm and impact with just a single piece.
If your budget doesn’t stretch to a larger canvas, consider engineer prints. These are an extremely cost-effective DIY that just requires a little bit of Photoshop know-how to ensure the crispest image. If you’d like to know the nuts and bolts (Hah! See what I did there? Engineers? Nuts, bolts? #hilarious) of working with engineer prints Chris loves Julia did a great breakdown. All that’s left then is to add a simple frame and you’re good to go!
Of course, if DIY isn’t your jam, there are plenty of affordable options for acquiring oversized art- Society6 and Etsy are two of my favourite resources. I’m also partial to the prints at The Aestate. As always though, safety firsty, so if you’re hanging a print above a crib, bed or a change table, make sure it is bolted to the wall firmly, and use frames with plastic instead of glass such as the Nyttja line from Ikea. Bonus: they’re cheaper too!
And now on to some more great examples of oversized art in nurseries and kid’s spaces!
So what do you think? Will you be adding oversized art to your child(ren)’s spaces?
Until next time,