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Decorating With Kids' Names

Ways to Decorate a Room Using Your Child's Name

Ways to Decorate a Room Using Your Child's Name

The following post was originally featured on Handmade Charlotte and written by Deborah Beau, who is a part of POPSUGAR Select Moms. These beautiful projects will show off your child's name and impress your visitors!

I love this play­ful name door dec­o­rated with mag­netic let­ters from Milk Mag­a­zine. For­get those mass-produced name plaques for children's bed­room doors! A fresh coat of mag­netic chalk­board paint and some col­or­ful mag­netic let­ters will brighten up any kid's space. I found this fun idea in the home of two French archi­tects and would love to play around with some­thing sim­i­lar in our own home. Très cool! Dec­o­rat­ing with names has to be one of the eas­i­est, most com­mon ways of mak­ing a child feel spe­cial at home. Like many of you, my two youngest chil­dren (boy and girl) shared a white, gender-neutral bed­room for four years but had their own lit­tle cor­ners in which they were able to express their per­son­al­ity with toys, books, and draw­ings. Each area was cus­tomized with their names, lov­ingly crafted in art class at school. If you're think­ing of fresh­en­ing up your child's bed­room for the new school year, why not start with some­thing sim­ple like adding their name. There are hun­dreds of per­son­al­ized decor acces­sories for sale in online mar­kets like Etsy but also plenty of easy, creative ideas to exper­i­ment with on sites such as Pin­ter­est. I hope this small selec­tion of finds will encour­age you and your kids to try some­thing different! Source: Milk Magazine via Handmade Charlotte

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