These friendly wall plaques are by Haciendo el Indio, a Spanish kids’ decor brand that produces beautiful decorative objects, art prints, cards and even murals for children’s rooms. Printed on paper, then laminated and glued to wooden boards, they make a great addition to a library shelf or gallery wall. This selection and others, including posters and wall stickers, are available from Haciendo el Indio’s web shop.
The indians & cowboys theme has become a bit of a trend in kids rooms interior design. Teepees, feathers, mountains, horses, raccoons, lamas, and of course indians and cowboys feature on all types of kids room decor – from wallpaper to bedding and themed accessories. These are some of my favourite art prints for wild west themed children’s rooms.
Art prints for kids rooms are often the inspiration or starting point for my kids’ room designs, but they can also add that finishing touch to bring a room together. Time then to share another favourite of mine: Rylee & Cru. This relatively young brand does gorgeous clothes for tinies, but also has small collection of dreamy art prints for children with a soft vintage feel. This Fox print is just too cute – check out more of their collection here.
PS – if you are looking to find some original art to invest in, the ‘affordable’ arts fairs are hitting London this autumn, and Mr Fox magazine has just published excellent advice from art expert Sarah Ryan, founder of New Blood Art here.
Something about these cute prints, The Four Seasons by Henning Trollbäck for Fine Little Day, immediately caught my eye. I think it’s the “spot the difference” thing, checking what’s different and what’s the same in each print as the story of the four seasons unfolds. There’s lots of detail and bits to discover which I used to love as a child. Perfect to hang together or bring out one by one, changing to match the seasons. A lovely gift for a new nursery, don’t you think?
(images: fine little day)