10 unusual and clever ideas to display your children’s art
As parents, we are always looking for ways to display our kids' artwork. That mountain of lovely creativity they draw, paint and collage at home and at school.
And what better way to honour their works than displaying it? Try these clever ideas to display your kids artwork that look good in your home at the same time!
Most of them are even easy to switch around regularly, because children’s creativity never ends. Your children will love to see their paintings and drawings up on the walls. Their creative efforts are valued and you are ready to host an arts afternoon too.
Take these 10 projects to display their work throughout your home. We have ideas that go from as simple as taping up a gallery to more permanent solutions that include frames.
Kids’ art mood board in a frame
One of the easiest ways to display their artwork and also to exchange when new paintings are coming in. Framed with a beautiful vintage fixture to give it a sophisticated look. Center piece!
Via Paul & Paula
Incorporate a few pieces of your kids’ art with your family photos adds fun and an eclectic vibe to a room.
Art instead of prints
Instead of bought prints and posters you hang up your children’s fine art. It is cute, fun and lighthearted.
Via One Kings Lane
On a string
Another way to keep things simple and easy to rotate. On a string and even better when put at your childs height so they can hang up their works by themselves. It is as simple as tying some lengths of jute twine to nails and adding some mini clothespins.
This includes a little more time but also shows lot so of paintings in one wonderful collage. Some art work was resized, then printed and then put into a frame as a collage. Makes a lovely gift for grand parents too!
Living room art gallery
By choosing the same frames you can build an art gallery that looks very grown up. And fits beautifully in your living room!
Via Paul & Paula
In Ziploc bags
Yes Ziploc bags! And hangers. Easy, clever, unusual and great for little hands.
Fairy Lights String with photos
Hang the string lights and then add little art works with mini cloth pins. You could also take polaroids of your children;s art and then hang those. In this way it looks more ‘clean’. This is a great idea for a tween or teen room as well! A little magic included.
Via Urban Outfitters
Wooden planks with clips all the wall up. Perfect space for little artists!
Via Martha Stewart
Framed with Washi Tape
An easy mounting and framing solution is washi tape. Washi tape is made from rice paper. You can use and reuse it without hurting your walls. And it comes in the cutest colours and patterns. Try different approaches when putting up the art work, because the possibilities are endless!
And? Amazing and clever ideas right? Which one are you going for?