Christmas gifts for Children: Top Christmas room decor for children
As Christmas is just around the corner we have compiled a showcase of our favourite Christmas room decor gifts for children. These decorative items are perfect for your baby’s or toddler’s bedroom. Many children are quite keen on sensory items and interacting with objects. Firstly, room accessories are the finishing touches to a room, they bring the room’s interior to life giving it a more homely atmosphere. You can buy the best and most elaborate pieces of furniture for your nursery, toddler’s bedroom or playroom but after installing it, the room may feel clinical and sound empty. A shelf is always easier on the eye if it is styled with books, toys or accessories. Here are a list of our favourite decor for children’s bedrooms and playrooms.
Over the past three years I have admired the amazing artwork of Sarah Shenasi of Shenasi Concept in Canada. Her illustrations are quirky and beautiful. My all-time favourites are the dancing ballerina’s who are styled in gorgeous big tutu’s in varying colours. They are multi-culturally designed so that every girl can identify with them; there is the ballerina with blonde hair, the ballerina with dark hair or the ballerina with a Afro hair. These pieces are stretched on to canvas and are ready to hang. Another unique feature is the ability to have an alternative background such as the monochrome grey instead of white. Customers can purchase a dancing ballerina here or pre-order at email@example.com
Growth charths are incredible for your little one to interact with. Not only does it add a splash of excitement to the wall, it also teaches children how to count and the relevance of metrics. This growth chart can be easily hooked on to the wall and is personalised with your child’s date of birth and name. Last but most importantly it reminds your little one to ‘dream big’, making it the perfect Christmas room decor gift, that will grow with your child.
On trend in the Australian kids room decor market, dream catchers are fanciful and will work well in a cluster of unusual pieces of wall art, that tie in with the colours of the dream catcher. Their rightful place; displayed above the head board of a child’s bed, is believed to give children great dreams. It’s also a way to encourage children to ‘dream big’. A creative Etsy seller has created this luscious dream catcher and has a wider variety in her store.
Authentic Model Hot Air balloons have been prevalent with babies, toddlers, and even adults! Use hot air balloon mobiles, to style children’s birthday parties, cake smash parties, vintage weddings, nurseries, and playrooms. Made from paper and rattan, these hot air balloons are available at MK Kids Interiors in two sizes making them perfect to fit into any space. A family bought their hot air balloons for their Christmas Tree. There are five colourways; red, blue, green, yellow and rainbow. A whimsical modern look, or a more vintage aesthetic can be achieved, depending on how the balloons are styled.
These have got to be the cutest ‘shelfie décor’ in town, these wooden Scandinavian decorative mushrooms, are perfect for filling a blank space on the shelf, they would work well with a mixture of books and a neutral soft cuddly toy. There are also various shapes of wooden item, such as triangular mountains, wooden cubes decorated with a hint of neutral tones or pastel colours, but these stumpy mushrooms are by far the most unique shelf decoration.
These are most definitely a hot Eco-friendly trend. Made from wool, these pom-pom garlands, otherwise known as felt ball garlands are available in a wide range of colours. The balls are soft, warm and attractive to look at. These garlands are perfect for hanging on shelves, over picture frames, over windows, on mirrors, and across fire places. Not only are they perfect for the home as Christmas room decor, they are also the perfect room decor for decorating parties and baby showers.
In conclusion, enjoy the process of shopping for decoration for your child’s bedroom, or playroom. However, do remember children need to enjoy their new room, just as much as adults enjoy their spaces. Make things accessible for them to engage in exploratory play, and don’t forget to create storage, for ‘tidy up time’. If you need any help with decorating your child’s room we are more than happy to help. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.