Want to hear one of the biggest interior design secrets? Start shopping the kids section! Not only are these pieces typically less expensive than standard decor, they also bring a playful, creative vibe to your space.
From pillows to wall decor to storage baskets, you’ll be able to find unique pieces to finish off your room design and save money to help yourself stay within budget.
1. San Francisco Trolley Print on Wood
Petit Collage offers a variety of whimsical and colorful prints on wood that you’ll definitely want to display in your own home. Whether you opt for the colorful San Francisco trolley print, the nautical whale print, or the absolutely adorable Texas map print, you’re sure to find a design that fits your decorative style and personality.
2. Bonjour Wall Art
Say “bonjour” to this sweet print from Crate and Barrel. This wall art (and the matching “Salut” print) will have you dreaming of leisurely strolls through the streets of Paris, the smell of baguettes and capuchinos in the air. Ahhh.
3. Colorful Pom Pom Storage Basket
This handsewn storage piece may have been designed for a nursery, but it would look fantastic in any room of the house. Use it in the bedroom, bathroom, or laundry room to store toiletries, linens, or accessories...the list goes on!
4. Embellished Bow Shaped Decorative Pillow
This glamorous bow pillow from Pottery Barn Kids will reignite your childhood dreams of being an elegant ballerina or fairytale princess. Pink tulle and sequins make this pillow extra feminine and fun; pair it with the matching bunny pillow for extra adorableness.
5. Mint House Cubby
Stash all of your most beloved treasures in this adorable house-shaped cubby from Target. Not only will it bring a fresh pop of color to the room, it’ll also display your jewelry, toiletries, photos, or other items in the most charming way possible.
6. Bathroom “Rules” Sign
You may not need help remembering to comb your hair or brush your teeth these days, but these fun prints from Etsy will still look adorable hanging in your bathroom. And hey, a little reminder never hurts!