Some of the most special creations we’ll ever own are the artwork our kids make. They are always imaginative and creative. I love to display some of my kids’ favorite works of art throughout our home, but simply sticking them on the refrigerator doesn’t always cut it. It’s nice to have a more polished display that really highlights the art.
There are some great ideas out there for displaying your kids artwork in style. Some are more “permanent” while others can be easily switched out whenever your child creates something new. From gallery walls to hanging solutions, these ideas will incorporate the artwork right into your home and show your kids just how proud you are of their creations.
Enjoy these 10 stylish and creative ways to display kids artwork in your home.
Framed artwork looks great as a gallery wall. You can even include a framed chalkboard for your child to make more (temporary) art whenever they are feeling inspired.
Source: Good Housekeeping
This wooden grid is a wonderfully creative way to create an accent wall in a kids’ room on which they can hang their artwork.
Source: Martha Stewart
A very quick and easy way to hang artwork that is easy to change out is with a wire line and clips.
A magnetized board in the kitchen provides the perfect spot to hang artwork and switch it out regularly.
Source: Better Homes & Gardens
Here is another great example of a framed gallery wall. Keeping them all in the same white matting and frames creates a very stylish look.
Source: Home Bunch
Empty frames hung on the wall create the look of a gallery wall, but are interchangeable thanks to a wire hanging in each frame that you can clip the art to.
Source: The DIY Mommy
Curtain rods and clips can be hung on the wall to provide the perfect spot to showcase your kids’ artwork.
A very creative mom turned her child’s finger paintings into animal shapes and hung them in her daughter’s room.
Source: Country Living
Simple frames around colorful children’s artwork look adorable on these floating shelves above a desk.
Source: Centsational Girl
For a more eclectic look, switch up the frames and include other pieces of art in between your children’s artwork.
Source: Honestly WTF
Any of these ideas would look great in your home and make the most of your children’s artwork.