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New Kids Wallpaper Designs bring Spook to the Bedroom

Let your little one channel their ghoulish, spooky side with this new collection of kids wallpaper designs. They’ve certainly got me clucky (again!).

It doesn’t take much to make me clucky, come to think of it. Show me a baby nursery or kids room that looks cool (like this one) and I’m suddenly eager to have my own herd. Show me a messy room that’s been annihilated by a toddler, and the cluckiness seems to mysteriously disappear immediately. Funny that.

Today’s post is channelling a Halloween vibe. But the good news is that the kids wallpaper designs I’m showcasing can be rocked well after the trick-or-treat sugar high wears off.






New Kids Wallpaper Designs for Halloween and Beyond

What makes these kids wallpaper designs so good is that sure, they’re themed, but they’re not going to date quickly. Kids tastes don’t change that rapidly (from what I know). So you could easily have some of the more subdued wallpapers in the range – like the black ones – up on the walls for a few years.

The other good thing about Murals Wallpaper, which is where you can get these from, is that they go on and off easily. It’s a simple stick on and peek off scenario here, which I’m sure gives you a bit of confidence that the removal won’t be a nightmare.

Go small-scale if you’re scared…

Even if you’re not looking to cover an entire wall with wallpaper, you could still order a smaller size and frame it. The monster design in the slideshow above is a great example of a pattern that would frame up wonderfully. The spider web design would also look stunning (my nephews would lose their minds over this one I reckon).

Want to find out more about this collection? Maybe you want to order some (go on, get gutsy). Jump on over to the Murals Wallpaper website by clicking here.

What do you think of these kids wallpaper designs? Would your little ones love them? 

Outside of writing the TLC Interiors blog, Chris is an interior stylist and author. You can also catch him on your TV screens as a designer on Channel 10's Changing Rooms. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

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