If you're looking to create a serene mood in your little one's space, opt for a calming color palette like the one pictured here. The soft blues and greens add just the right amount of color to this little reading nook.
Wallpaper is the perfect medium to use if you're looking to add some kitsch. This graphic dog paper is cute and quirky. It's also perfect for a small space, like this bathroom.
Decorating older children's spaces can be a challenge. This bold wallpaper is a great choice. It's fun enough for teenagers but chic enough to keep up even after they head off to college.
Use wallpaper to kick-start imaginative play. This Woods wallpaper by Cole and Son is the perfect backdrop for acting out Little Red Riding Hood.
Be careful when choosing wallpaper your child might soon outgrow. Wallpapering one wall, like with these robots, is a good way to get the impact while saving yourself a lot of removal work when you decide to redecorate.
Another great thing about wallpaper: It allows you to create any mood you're looking for. Does your family like whimsy? This nursery was wallpapered in a home full of whimsical people; I just know it!