Brighten up kids' rooms with poster art

Posters are an easy way to encourage your child's imagination, without compromising your own aesthetic. Roisín Dervish-O'Kane picks some of the best

New year can fill you with the urge to give your tot's room a refresh, but having just overspent at Christmas (if you're anything like us), your purse might be a bit less keen. However, with our pick of the best wall art around you can quickly and easily give things a new spin. Brilliant for inspiring minds, a well-chosen print can also get those little peepers accustomed to quality design.

On top of that, they're a neat way to nod to your little one's latest obsession without transforming the room into an intergalactic space jungle or princess ninja castle. Get your tot on board in your hunt for the perfect poster too – they'll love putting their own creative stamp on their room.

 

Bus-280

Personalised double decker bus print
(A3) by Hardinge and Wray,
£25

bunny-280 

Framed Benjamin the Bunny print, 35 x 38cm,
by Muriel Dawson, £90

new-submarine-280

Truman's Voyage IV print (46 x 61cm),
by Chariklia Zarris, 
£36.99, Art

Babar-280 

Babar et Les Ballons poster (60 x 80cm) by
Laurent de Brunhoff,
£18.99, Art

For more poster inspirations, grab a copy of the latest issue of Gurgle magazine!

 

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