{bring literature to life in your child’s room}

A child’s bedroom is not complete without a bookcase full of fairy tales, fables and funny stories about family and growing up. Not only can books inspire your child’s imagination, but they can also inspire their decor!

The first week of February is celebrated as Kid Author & Book week, which got us thinking about new design inspiration for kid rooms. How fun would it be to draw inspiration from the beloved characters of Winnie the Pooh, Curious George and Charlotte the spider? With just a few simple touches, you can bring the pages of your child’s favorite book to life right in their bedroom!

Let’s start with one of the best-selling children’s books of all time – Charlotette’s Web. Wilber, Charlotte, Fern and all their barnyard friends can make their home in your child’s room with this mural from RoomMates.

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Add a warm quilt to your child’s bed or a comfortable rocking chair to complete the country look!


And who can forget the tubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff? Winnie the Pooh and all his friends from the Hundred Acre Woods will come out and play with the help of some wall art from Wall Pops.

Wall Pops

Since Winnie the Pooh is a classic character that has evolved through time, consider mixing classic and modern elements. Start with a classic white background and then add in fun modern patterns and accents, like in the photo below. If you look closely, you can even see Christopher Robin’s rain boots!

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Curious George is a timeless character that every child and parent knows. You can share the fun and excitement of George’s adventures with these fun wall decals.


Pick any one of Geroge’s adventures as the basis for your inspiration, or go with a more neutral jungle theme if you just can’t pick! Just don’t forget to add in a a big yellow hat!


Take advantage of Kid Author & Book week to spend some time reading with your child – or decorating!

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