133 yard art christmas Kids Products
Moo-ve over, plain and boring walls. These glamour girls are ready to milkshake their stuff and bring all the bulls to the yard. Cows come in classic black and creamy white with your choice of background colors. Remember: You herd it here first.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
This Long Legged Animal decal is the newer of a line of quirky and adorable wall decor by Elephannie. This individual artist on Etsy has created a new take on the farm animal theme. Also offering to fulfill custom requests, this company allows a nonintrusive way to add design to the very walls of...
Pretty fabric is the easiest way to spice up your home. You can make some great pillows or why not frame it and hang it on the wall as art?
This sunny unique print helps you add distinct artwork to your home while reminding you and your little ones of Galatians 5:22-23, without taking it all too seriously. Fruits of the spirit words include:
I have a few tufted upholstery projects I've been thinking about recently, and one of the biggest hurdles is finding the right fabric for the job. I want something unique and beautiful, but because of the tufts, it can't have a very prominent print on it. This herringbone would provide some...
I love this brushed cotton canvas fabric with a graphic navy and cream flower motif. It would work well as window coverings or as upholstery for a statement chair.
Patterned after an abstract painting by artist Jenny Vorwaller, Juana de Arco is begging to adorn your next accent pillow. A large 20-by-20-inch square would be the perfect size to showcase this print
Juana de Arco Fabric
The Guidecraft Ultimate Art Cart is the pro version of kids' art supply storage. Look at all those drawers, cabinets, slots and more. It even has ball-bearing casters for easy moving.
Guidecraft Ulitmate Art Cart
Leave it to MoMA to make sure the arts are covered for kids. This sketch and activity book guides kids in recreating works of the masters. I'd have loved this myself as a kid. Heck, I'd still love it.
This desk will make any homework more appealing. Painted and detailed with hand-drawn gold designs, this piece nods slightly at Italian beauty. Slightly distressed, and available in reef blue or pink.
These intricate swirls walk the line between traditional and eclectic because of their unconventional composition. A lovely choice for placemats, a tablecloth, throw pillows, a slipper chair, Roman shades and many other accents around the house.
I'd love a 7-year-old girl or a 75-year-old grandma to hire me so I could cover their world in Amy Butler. The best at modern florals, hands down.
How fantastic would this be as a pillow on a gray armchair next to a little stool with a sweet terrarium inside? I love the mix of organic shapes with the stark color contrast.
This stunning, eye-catching pattern will break up the solids in your space. Consider small patches of it on things like throw pillows, stools, etc.
Although recently designed, this eclectic and vibrant print has a fun retro-atomic feel that will make you want to mix up a 1960s cocktail with a swizzle stick.
This oversized and abstract botanical by Marimekko is like a lily pond that went through some sort of Scandinavian strainer. The lovely shade of green, the swirls and the imperfect circles all grab interest.
Coral, pink and red is a color combination that I adore. This geometric floral (yes, you can have both) is a showstopper.
These charming shacks are geometric, colorful and happy. I'm imagining them on a roman shade or a throw pillow, perhaps as a chair cushion? I can't decide, I just know I want to use it somewhere.
No one has ever quite matched the exuberance and creativity of Josef Frank's fabric, which has been wildly popular again lately. This print was originally designed in 1944.
This beaded blue and white pattern is a wonderful way to go a bit coastal with your design without doing that whole "shell-a-palooza" thing all over the place.
One of the most popular and iconic Marimekko patterns of all time, KIVET was designed by Maija Isola back during the mid-century wave of modernism. Now you can find it everywhere (if you know where to look) from butterfly chairs to potholders, duvet covers to skirts. Personally, I have several...
Designed by Katsuji Wakisaka for Marimekko, this is my favorite kids fabric of all time. The silhouettes of the cars and the bright mix of primary and secondary colors is such a charming combination that I might have to give birth just for an excuse to use it in my house.
This Sunbrella fabric will bring high design to your deck chairs. The indigo blue (rather than black) is more unexpected and luxe looking.
This beautiful and colorful fabric was inspired by traditional rag rugs made from fabric scraps, but looks like rows of brightly colored beaded necklaces. The color palette is fresh and a bit preppy, perfect for adding a rainbow of bright color to any room in your home.
Add a jungle flair to a playroom with these safari hooks. Great for helping increase a child's independence as they hang things on their own, these guys add a fun jungle flair to any space.
This gorgeous arboreal pattern's black and white palette is striking and beautiful. Use it to cover a sofa or perhaps to create a stunning shower curtain.
This reindeer coat hanger, offered in this red as well as blue, offers a sliver of color with a childlike spirit. Perfect for actually hanging things or simply adding unusual wall art to your child's room, this smooth and fun rack is worth looking into.
This surfer rug will have your child dreaming of softly lapping waves. Adding movement as well as texture and color to a nursery, this rug can grow with your child and can even look good in any room in the house.
This domesticated polar bear not only has plenty of white fur to keep him warm, but he is also fitted with a snowflake-embossed jacket and a soft, green knitted scarf. Not only that, but the 2012 Steinbach Signed Troll Polar Bear German Christmas Nutcracker also has a tiny red hat with...
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