On March 2, we pay homage to Theodor Seuss Geisel, born on this day in 1904. Perhaps you know this person better as Dr. Seuss, world-renowned author, credited with writing 44 children’s books with fun rhyming verses! Dr. Seuss created some of the literary world’s most memorable characters, from The Cat in The Hat to Horton and the Grinch. Children and the young at heart will appreciate these Seuss-inspired rooms!
Kids will love turning their drab bedrooms into a colorful space to play. Channel the whimsical fun of Dr. Seuss with bright wallpaper and quirky rugs.
For new parents, there’s nothing more exciting than wondering what will their little one will grow up to be in the future. This welcoming “Oh! The Places You’ll Go!” nursery is the perfect place for baby and mom to dream.
Save all your kids’ books like Hop on Pop, Fox in Sox, and One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish in a stylish playroom like this one. Allow your kids to have a space of their own where their imaginations can run wild.
Murals, vinyl quotes, and wall décor can also jazz up any room, giving it a Seuss feel!
Adults can join in the fun, too! Add a splash of red to a bold black and white room, using the colors of The Cat in the Hat. Stripes can also be used for a mature take on this Dr. Seuss theme.
Be sure to celebrate Theodor Seuss Geisel on March 2. Read a book and think about the creative ways you can bring Dr. Seuss’ zany characters into your home!
One way to get started is to check out the RoomMates catalog at your neighborhood Hirshfield’s store. The company makes some incredible peel-and-stick artwork for a room.
Or, consider using paint and some unique furniture to bring the books and movies to life for a child. This room creates a fantasy with a dreamy purple color, car bed and suitcase dresser.
You can also consider adding accents of brooms, hats, books and owls to a child’s room to pay homage to the Harry Potter series.
How would you bring a little magic and fantasy to a child’s room? We love to read your comments!