199,314 kids art Home Design Photos

Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Keep Calm & Cute Kids Bathroom
color, the kids artwork, pieces of coral found on vacation, and special quotes throughout.
great idea for kids artwork dispaly
'artistic' kids display spot on concrete wall
Love this idea of kids first scribbles framed
color, the kids artwork, pieces of coral found on vacation, and special quotes throughou
Nice way to display kids' artwork
kids artwork - hall or rec room
I like the chance to feature kids artwork... And rotate it out easily??
“cammie” — Shawna Garrett
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Kids' Bathroom
Kids bath - love the kids paintings above toilet
Bathroom as kids' art display area
Kids art on canvas as decoration
Have B make art for their bathroom
bathroom kid-friendly and gender neutral without feeling too childlike or over the top. In just 2 years, Clark was able to completely transform the look of this plain builder-grade house into a colorful and warm home. Although she and her family had to move a few months ago, this cozy house still holds
“cherry vanity and bamboo mirror” — lizrossdann
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Hallway with Kids Artwork Displayed
Coat rack in laundry room with simply framed kid art
love this to showcase kids painting
Kids jackets and art work... Mud room
I like the children's art framed
great way to keep kids' art on display
Kids art framed in mud room
Wall art above coat hangers - cute idea in the entrance
Kids Art shown off in the mudroom
great idea to display kids art
lot of kids, so mount their prized artwork where they can see it right away. Choosing a variety of frames in a single color, though varying their visual weight, ties the potpourri of pieces together.Get more ideas for fun and colorful kids' spaces
children's art and writing was sorted. If only gluing was involved, I was able to part with it, but if it was personal writing, especially if it said, "Mama, I love you," it automatically went into the "keep" box.Family portraits the children drew were also dear to me. I loved seeing each child's vision of
“Framed artwork grouping!” — tarajunelewis
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Love the way they display art
Good idea for grand kids pictures
Frames mixed in with kids art
Framed and hung together, kids' art can look downright
color, art, heirlooms and accessories — will help you stay true to yourself and make your home beautiful, too. Guide: How to Make Your Home Feel More Like You
While we’re on the subject of children, kidsart is some of the most joyous, unconstrained, charming and heartwarming work on the planet.
of wall art that features perfectly matched frames. However, this sameness can also feel routine, and purchasing several frames can be expensive. But who says every piece of art needs to be framed? You'll achieve a seamless look and create a more interesting gallery wall by incorporating frameless pieces
“Lovely, done so well. Less like a rainbow serial killer” — emlza123
Standard Creative
2 Reviews
Sterling Road Addition
I am a sucker for kids artworks b/c to me they are pure Master pieces :)
Molding frame for kids art wall playroom
love the display of the kid's art work! will use this idea!
Kids art on display- art studio
child’s art? You decide. Get cork, available in rolls at most home improvement stores, and affix it to your wall with finishing nails. While you’re at the store, have some molding cut to fit and use that as a frame. Once you have the whole thing installed, paint it to match your wall color for a seamless
“стена под рисунки” — zryabinina
Nina van de Goor's Home
w/the kids artwork in various frames
Gallery wall - we could ask the kids to create artwork and then frame &
Frame Rob's art work and use in his bedroom and bath
I love seeing the kids' artwork - perfect decoration! Makes me happy.
children's art into a home is to place these works of art in with other collected images, giving equal weight to all of one's favorite pieces of art — children's and others.
display the art in their room. Change out pictures as you see fit to keep the gallery updated.
Covering an entire wall makes a statement. Framed art looks cheerful and colorful in this playroom. This would be a practical way to display your children's art, and they will beam with pride to see their work
“Gallery wall” — rcdhambo
Bohemian Apartment Blue Wall with Piano
Picture rail system makes art displays
simplicity and contrast of shapes and art
Displaying the kids art in a neat way. Minus the blue!!
While the rich blue paint that covers this room, the shelving, and the piano do not correlate to the kids paintings, it does
leaning kids' art along a ledge such as this shows it off in a casual, graphic way and makes it easy to rotate regularly. In such a bold space, too many vivid artworks might have overpowered each other. Instead, the brighter ones are balanced by more restrained selections — a great tactic with any collection
showcase the kids' art and book collections, while drawers corral loose items and toys.Paint: Utah Sky, Benjamin Moore
“photo shelves” — baybiicakes
Knapp Interiors, Inc.
11 Reviews
Knapp Interiors
Reverse wall with art and window
Classy frames with kids art :) round pedestal table
create your own art the more abstract the better?
kids art work by breakfast nook
works of art fit right in with the cozy decor of this breakfast nook.
Crowned with mini masterpieces, this breakfast nook feels like a cozy corner bistro. Notice the careful attention to detail — the cohesive white frames reflect the room's pale tones, while the colorful art echoes the brightly patterned
Chaos and KidsA few years ago I was hired to help a young family redesign their living room. At least that’s how it started. What began as a desire to have a welcoming and useful room ended with facing down the demons of parental guilt over what to discard. The room itself was truly not the problem. In every
“fresh and modern way to display children's artwork” — risris
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