Eclectic Prints for Kids' Rooms

Eclectic Prints for Kids' Rooms

Beth Callaghan
Jan 12, 2012

We love searching for unique wall art for kids' rooms — pieces that are unexpected and yet fit perfectly in a child's space. Recently, we found some unique prints that we think would do very nicely in a nursery or kid's bedroom.

Jing Wei, a Chinese-born illustrator and printmaker, makes woodcut prints that are understated and simple, but their small details make them visually interesting. In spite of its title (Lost #1), the piece featured here would add a quiet charm to a child's room.

Flowers in May is an Etsy shop run by illustrator and designer Emilly Dumas. Her prints are modern and clean with a sweet sense of humor. The robots featured here are bright and strongly graphic and could be grouped together or scattered throughout a room.

MisseMai prints come from a design studio in Copenhagen, Denmark. The highly detailed, monochromatic prints are inspired by fairytales, but their execution shows a little edge. Several of the pieces can be personalized with children's names.

(Images: 1. Jing Wei, 2. Flowers in May, 3. MisseMai)

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