In recent years the term "monogram" has been more and more broadly interpreted. Traditionally, a monogram is a motif made by overlapping or combining two or more letters, most often the initials of someone's name. In a personal monogram, the first letter of the surname is usually placed in the center and is set apart, often by increased size. We've seen a lot of "monogram" art for kids that uses only the first letter of their first name, which, technically, is not a monogram. So here are some examples of old school, conventional monograms in kids' rooms.
I've gathered several examples of classic monograms used in kids' room. Some are for purchase, and some are DIYs.
1. Monogrammed Headboard from Martha Stewart.
2. Wall Monogram at Charming Little Nest.
3. DIY Monogram Lampshade from Shannon Berry.
4. Monogramed Pelmet at Hi Sugar Plum.
5. Wooden Monogram from Etsy Shop The Painted Zebras, $45.
(Images: as linked above)