How to decorate and personalise a child’s bedroom
2 February, 2022

When you start decorating your child’s bedroom, consider the following suggestions to make it a very warm and personal space.

  • Coordinate framing with bedroom furniture
    Keeping the frame colours complimentary to the bedroom colour scheme.
  • Get them organised with custom framing
    A good idea is to have us custom frame a whiteboard, chalkboard or corkboard for above their desk to keep track of projects and assignments or to be creative and draw.
  • Frame a map of the world
    Help your child study for geography with custom framed maps that match their desk colours.  You can also use a frame without glass mounted on a foam backing so they can add pins to the places they have been.
decorating your childs bedroom
  • Incorporate their favourite book or movie
    We have found that framing a poster of children’s favourite book, movie or hero can brighten and personalise the room.
decorating your childs bedroom
  • Frame sports souvenirs
    If your child is a sports fan think about preserving sports souvenirs by framing them in box frames. This is a great way to display, posters, ribbons, sporting equipment or jerseys. 
  • Frame family photos
    Create a happy room with framed photos of family members.
  • Frame your child’s art
    Nothing looks more beautiful than framed artworks done by your child, it inspires confidence when professionally framed.
decorating your childs bedroom


After 18 years in the IT industry, Doreen decided to surround herself on a daily basis by photography that she loves which led to the establishment of The Cow Artworks in 2004. In March 2006 she opened the gallery in Parkhurst and has thrived in this beautiful space. Her passion for travel affords her the opportunity to take photographs, particularly candid shots of street scenes, graffiti and architecture.