Over the summer we will be re-designing two rooms: one for baby and the other for the girls where they will be getting bunk beds. To refresh up the rooms, a major purge is in the works as well as adding in subtle and fun designs. One easy decor element that we are adding is updating their posters with WallPops.
As a way to peel, stick, remove and redesign your room, WallPops is ideal for kids who change their minds (and moods) quiet easy. This allows you to move their decals around and find new ones.
For my older daughter, we opted for the fun and educational Kids USA Dry Erase Map and the Kids World Dry Erase Map as she learns more about the world and the US. Another favorite is Argh Pirates complete with dots, stripes and eight pirates and two parrots that can be removed and placed anywhere.
My younger daughter really loves their Princess Fairyland Kit that comes complete with a royal puppy, bunny, castle and chariot as well as numerous small hearts and stars to complete the design as a part of their Super Wall Art kits allow you to make more of a statement than ever before. This also includes fun sets like Woodlands, featuring the fox, hedgehog and other playful friends, the woodland animals sense it’s spring time and want to come out and play.
They also offer the Large Wall Art kits are the perfect way to add adorable charm to a child’s room. Place them on the wall to create unique room décor and really make the wall say wow! Don’t like how you’ve laid out the design the first time around? Unpeel and stick again without any trouble (All kits retail for approximately $30.99 each). Some of our favorite includes Around Town, Flutterby Butterflies, Little Farm, Safari Buddies and more.
They also have fun selections for adults with our favorite being from the Jonathan Adler line. This includes prints like Hollywood, Carnaby, Santorini and more as a fun way to add some style to your home.
All designs are available for purchase on the WallPops site at www.wallpops.com and at select retailers nationwide.
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