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Wall art for a child's room


My three year old’s bedroom has never had a “theme”. But, as we start to look for somewhere more permanent to live, I’ve become a bit obsessed with planning her new bedroom. And it’s all going to start with this piece of beautiful personalised button art from Ella and Oscar.

Arriving in a lovely plain white chunky frame, the letter “F” is made up of gorgeously bright buttons which look stylish and fun. I love the clean white background against the buttons – and Frog loves that she recognises her favourite letter every day when she wakes up. 

Kids wall art

From her baby years right up until this July, Frog’s had the same bedroom in our former rented cottage. We didn’t own the house, so we couldn’t paint the walls or change the carpets. Plus, we didn’t know if we were having a boy or a girl, so all the soft furnishings were in neutral colours.

We picked candy-coloured soft stripes from Laura Ashley as curtain fabric, and a fluffy Ikea sheepskin rug along with cushions and an upcycled crib to make the room less bland. The rocking horse was rescued from a local tip by my parents, who lovingly made him like new again.

Baby room

I think she’s outgrown the soft tones and baby look of the room – plus she desperately needs a new bed very soon. I’m not a fan of cheesy themes or cartoon characters on the walls, but I think this button art adds a sense of bright fun without a hint of the tacky.


I can’t wait to see it in Frog’s brand new room once we move (again) – wherever that may be!


The art featured in this post can be bought from Ella and Oscar for £29.99. I was given a sample product for the purpose of this review.