Do you or your child wear eyeglasses? Or are you just a hipster? Whatever the case, you might enjoy some room decor featuring glasses. It's a fun departure from some of the more common and traditional room motifs, and if your child does wear glasses, it can be a celebration of their individuality.
There's so much beautiful art in the literature we share with our children, it's almost a shame to keep it between the covers of a book. That's why I've rounded up some beautiful children's book illustrations that you can buy as prints. While there is also original artwork from illustrators out there, I've focused on the more affordable prints. Some are limited edition, and others come in larger quantities, but all of them are beautiful to hang in a child's room.
The most important (and obvious) things to decorate your child's reading nook are...books, of course. Another option is to frame some prints that encourage reading. Here are fifteen in an array of styles.
I usually favor patterns that are intricate or whimsical, but these grid patterned products have me rethinking my ways. They're simple without being boring, and sleeker than the arrow prints that now seem ubiquitous.
Can you remember the first audio device you could call your very own? Mine was a small portable RCA turntable which I'd religiously turn on to listen to my trilogy of Star Wars books on record, then later to head bang to my first LP (Quiet Riot's Mental Health, oh yeah!). I quickly moved onto a Sony boombox and Walkman in the era of the audio cassette, and by my teens a portable CD player...