These meticulously applied wall stickers create a pop art feel in this playroom, thanks to the black frame lines painted around each section of the wall and ceiling. It’s a fun scheme, but the precise application ensures it looks smart and tailored.
If you want to create something similar, measure your walls first and calculate how much space you’ll need to leave between each sticker to ensure a neat finish.
A scattering of colourful dot stickers creates a vibrant, pretty pattern in this vintage-inspired children’s bedroom.
By overlapping some of the circles, the pattern feels organic and natural, like a clutter of colourful balloons rising up into the sky or a scattering of bright confetti.
A similar dot effect has been created in this bedroom, but the stickers extend down to the floor next to the bed, framing a play area and creating a bright and cheerful backdrop for story time.
To recreate this look, thoroughly mix up the colours, and keep the spacing and pattern of the stickers ‘random’ rather than overly arranged.
These pendant light stickers are a fun way to create the illusion of decoration in a minimal white scheme. Here, they’ve been placed in a staircase nook, but this look could work almost anywhere.
Try putting one of these stickers on a wall behind a dining table to make a fun statement without the commitment or hassle of a real pendant light – a good idea if your furniture arrangement is likely to change!
A flutter of birds taking flight above the bed adds an unexpected element and brings a touch of whimsy to this bedroom. Taking the place of a headboard, these stickers add a delicate feel and it’s an easy look to recreate.
Always experiment with the positioning of your stickers before you commit to sticking them down and remember to be creative.
There isn’t much furniture in this simple bedroom, but it still feels bright and busy thanks to the quirky watermelon stickers adorning the walls. By teaming them with juicy bright bedding, a fluorescent pink side table and mint green reading lamps, they add plenty of zing to this cheerful room.
Setting the stickers at jaunty angles also adds to the playful feel of this space.
This monochrome scheme is simple but effective, creating an all-over pattern that’s picked up in the graphic-print bedding, picture frames and reading lights. The result is an eye-catching look that also feels harmonious.
Wall stickers work well in a kid’s room, as they’re a quick way to add interest to a wall and, unlike wallpaper, they’re easy to replace as the child grows.
For a more grown-up look, try creating a feature wall using simple polka-dot stickers. Restrict the pattern to one wall, use a single colour and apply them in ordered rows to keep the look smart and tailored. If you’re unsure, first test it out in a small area.
This lovely wall sticker would be a fun addition behind an umbrella stand and would certainly brighten up a gloomy day.
Think of stickers as you would a piece of art, and choose one that makes you smile every day.
This simple but large wall decal fills the space beautifully between the shelf and the floor, and creates a quirky focal point. If you’re considering something similar for your little ones, get your children involved in the design process by letting them choose their own sticker – that way, they’re sure to be happy with the results.
It can be fun to pick a theme and run with it in a child’s room. In this woodland-inspired scheme, the bedding and accessories are from the same range, and the cheerful little fox wall sticker is in the same drawing style, so everything ties together. The soft colour palette ensures the space still feels calm and restful.
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