As a parent, one of my biggest dilemmas is what to do with kid’s artwork. To keep or not to keep? That is the question. I want to keep it all but that isn’t really realistic with how much my kids color. I do want my kids to know I love their artwork though so I display the lucky keepers. There will be a day when my kids will out grow this stage so I proudly display them in my home while they still love it. However, I have a hard time coming up with new places and ways of displaying art so I did some research and found 10 great ways to incorporate children’s artwork into your home. So read on for ideas on how to match, board, frame, group, hang, tape, shrink, blend, move and rotate that artwork in your home. Enjoy!
1. Match it.
Look for colors in artwork that compliment the color scheme of a room in your house. If your kitchen has pops of yellow in it, look for art that has a pop of yellow in it. Sometimes when my kids are painting, I only get out specific colors that will match their rooms. This is a win-win in my book because the kids still get to paint and I end up with beautiful artwork to display in their room.