Imaginative Ways of Displaying Your Kids’ Artwork

Kids grow up really fast so while they are young, nurture their creative minds by showing off their artwork and creative expressions. From toddlers to pre-school ages, they kids can be very adept with coloring materials, molding clay and others. All their creation can easily light up any proud parent’s face. But the fruits of their creativity can pile up and displaying them can become a challenge for most parents. So here are some ways of creating your kid’s artwork display:



Kid’s bedroom – you can put up a clothesline and use wooden pins or clip to display their paintings and drawings. Allow them to decide which they want to put up and display. 

Family art gallery – choose whether it’s the family room or the stairway that you can designate as your art gallery. You can frame favorite snapshots, drawings or painting for a less cluttered look. As your collection grows, you can sort and keep the older ones in a clear book or album.


Art shelf – three dimensional pieces of artwork such as sculptures can be displayed in a shelf in the living room or spread for display around the house. You may rotate the display every now and then by allowing them to choose which piece should be displayed and which you should store away. 




Lovingly written by Joy












15 comments:

Nova Joy said...

i love the idea in your living room, looks very relaxing and comfortable for everyone to stay and hang out.

Ako Si Carmel said...

I love minimalist style of decorating! Thanks for sharing some tips, it's useful :-)

Mhie Lee said...

You have a nice living room. I prefer modern with an industrial touch. Thank you for sharing your great ideas.

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mavic cantes said...

Nice tips. In this way, kids would really develope more on their skills and be more creative. Thanks for the tips :D

Juliana said...

I admire solid lines in minimalist designs, fuss free and clean.

I'm a traditionalist by heart however. But nowadays, eclectic rooms are popping up. Combination of two styles in a room if executed properly looks good and elegant :-)

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novemberletters said...

hmmmm great ideas, I think I will go for a minimalist style too when we get to renovate our home sweet home...

jo-anne said...

Agree, no more bulky furniture. These type of design makes the room look bigger and clean. lol

Betchai said...

i am a minimalist too, i simply don't like over crowded setting, and i fall in love right away with your design, so so roomy, spacious, simple but elegant and classy.

Che Syjongtian C said...

if only my husband is not a keeper of too many things with sentimental value, i would love to incorporate minimalist living in our home. :D

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chubskulit said...

When my kids are a bit older, I would go for a minimalist style.



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Jessica Cassidy said...

I like that design and space too. You remind us to redecorate our living room. My hubby said that we should do it this year :-)

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Ria C said...

I like minimalist style. I prefer the uncluttered and very organized look in my home. That living room arrangement is very pretty. I want to copy that. :)

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marrimye said...

It's the IN thing today. Minimalist interior is simple yet elegant. I don't want my walls look busy as well as my cabinet fixtures.

lencilicious said...

I love room just like that. I hate seeing things not in proper order or scattered all around.

Rcel said...

I like minimalist designs, too. Spic and span looking! No to furniture made of glass though, now that I still have super active kiddos. You have a nice-looking living room! :)

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