Kid’s Room Art II

Kid's room art

The wish of the little one, whether we like it or not, usually becomes our command. However, everything has its limits. There’s no denying it would be a pretty hard affair to turn the fortress of your little guy into a fully functional space shuttle, or the hairdressing salon of a little lady into a working Butterfly Studio so this option does not arise.This time, we’re going to focus on artworks that might provide an off the mainstream kind of a vibe, designs that are tamer in their nature while bearing a bit more of a serious twist as a whole. This is the kid’s room art for a sophisticated nursery.

Space to Breathe

Kid's room art. Olga Oilikki

“Fisherman” by Olga Oilikki

The fundamental ingredients of a successful growth are light and oxygen, that’s an ancient recipe, still being practiced in many different disciplines. Now this is not an ill-fated attempt at humor, but these two also play an important part in the growth of your toddler.  To acquire the desired effect, we’ll have to go down to the South West of the color wheel. Blue can rarely do wrong, besides it boasts an impressive plethora of complementary hues around it while despite the common stigma against the gray as the hue of gloominess, modern designers suggest it as the best surface for a clever color and accessory play. Now just squeeze in one of the lovely artworks by Olga Oilikki and you have what it takes! The sceneries are subtle and somewhat doleful, but with an obvious comedic value that shines through the eye-pleasing coloring. Serene, soft and calming ambiance for the little one to spend his first earth experiences in. This palette will also help the minor to fine tune their perceptions and won’t compromise their senses!

Earthy Tones, Wall Art for All Ages

Kid's room art. Elisabeth Fredriksson

“Bee Humble” by Elisabeth Fredriksson

Now these are widely considered to be the “friendly” tones for a default kid’s room, therefore, it’s almost impossible to misfire with all the shades of browns, creamy accents regarding the choice of accessories, and the more-than-welcomed guest from the other part of the color spectrum – the shade of green. This is yet another example of a kid’s room (and a kid’s room art for that matter) that leaves a good chunk of space for the children’s development. It’s literally a sandbox, where the interpretative skills are molded without all kinds of banal obviousities and over the top infantilism going on. Now, to complete the picture, the most fitting piece of the puzzle would be something from the vaults of Elisabeth Fredriksson. The emoji-like iconography – a modern approach with an unmistakable message depicted. Also, most of us want our successors to bring home a good grade or two now and then. Well, as it turns out, green encourages learning. The little one simply feels safe on a subliminal level, meaning that there’s a natural sense of protection provided by a scenery like this without the rugrat actually being aware of it!

A Minimalist Sanctuary

Kid's room art. Olga Oilikki

“Pies” by Olga Oilikki

It’s amazing how little we actually need to make our kid’s room feel rather like an ethereal shrine. Just a couple of simple (configuration-wise), well-crafted wooden elements, a modest hint to the ethnographical aesthetic, and a kid’s room art, that bears the peculiar tragicomic stamp of Elisabeth Fredriksson. This is a recipe for peace, kid’s room that’s both a parent’s delight for its apparent visual qualities and for the fact that the infant may respond to this kind of an interior in an accordingly peaceful fashion. These hues absolutely do not provoke outbursts of crying, and for the soothing effect of the interior, the little soul would rarely pout about anything in general. So, it seems we’ve found  our perfect, cerebral combination. That is, unless, you don’t wanna keep at least some playfulness in!

Let Them Figure it Out!

Kid's room art. Virgola

“Swing” by Virgola

Okay, so the kids are tended to grow up. It’s somewhat of a pity, but we cannot revert the process. All that’s left is to try and track down all the shifts and changes in you kid’s taste. To make the whole thing at least a bit more economically viable, it is usually advised to build an interior that does not necessarily suggest a particular age group. Once again, this strives into the direction of the undefined age group/genre concept. We simply take some of the hues and interior construction patterns, usually associated with the kid’s room design, and create a space that’s ideologically opened to the kid’s interpretation. An inspiring accessory here and there, a lot of tastefully located greenery and maybe a nice, little wall art from Virgola. Her creations are perfectly indefinite age group-wise, serving as a great kid’s room art while also functioning as an example of a creative object use, possibly even creative enough to ignite your chap’s eagerness for an improvised workshop!  

Let’s be Seriously Playful

Kid's room art. Elisabeth Fredriksson

“Good Vibes Only” by Elisabeth Fredriksson

The thing about kid’s room design is that we’ll never be able to properly interpret the way our little one wants his/her’s surroundings to be. And one always has to watch out to not exercise his/her’s personal views and tastes in an environment that’ll be inhabited by possibly entirely different personality. The resulting compromise would be a kid’s room that’s withheld in a pseudo-serious fashion, ergonomic, avoiding all kinds of overtly flashy attributes, something that learns a valuable lesson of simple sophistication from the very early on. Our latest newcomers have great feats to offer right for this occasion, so definitely check out the stocks of Elisabeth Fredriksson and Olga Oilikki. They’re the perfect kid’s room art additions that are capable of infusing the room with a pure inspiration! Less is more (Fredriksson) and the moody art-house cartoon appeal (Oilikki)!

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Kid’s room art additions that are capable of infusing the place with a pure inspiration, Teaching a valuable lesson of simple sophistication from the very early on!

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