How much importance do you put on wall art when decorating a kids room? Art has a great evocative power, creates a focal point and refreshes your decoration. Wall art can transform an ordinary room into something special. Nowadays, you can choose between lots of styles, from graphic posters to whimsical illustration prints.

we show you some stylings with Mrs Mighetto prints and some children’s room decorating ideas. Behind this Swedish brand is the two girls, Malin Mighetto and Anna Sylvan. They create prints made from original paintings in watercolour stuffed full of fantasy, history, mystery and colours. Their first collection (launched Oct 2014) ‘Superheroes’ were sold out in less than two weeks!

At Petit & Small we introduced you their collaboration with Jimmy Cricket (remember the gorgeous ‘Oh Cloud’ wallpaper?) and now they have launched a new collection of prints titled ‘Les Petits’ that features four whimsical forrest characters that all have their unique story to tell.

Pastel Children’s Room


How incredible are this image from norsu interiors? Norsu is an online boutique that brings Nordic inspired homewares, furniture and wall art to Australia and also features local delights. This picture belongs to the 2016 collection campaign styled by Michelle Halford of The Design Chaser and photographed by Lisa Cohen.

This campaign shows different interior spaces in pastel colour palette in a mix of a Scandinavian and ‘boho luxe’ style. Of course, you can find a pastel children’s rooms styling plenty of beautiful products for kids. Michelle chooses sweet three art prints and a postcard from the new collection of Mrs. Mighetto. You can also see baskets from Olli Ella (a must for storing little toys and keep the room clean), the amazing dolls house from Boomini, the fun Fromage La Rue marquee light and a bed from Incy Interiors.

Baby Nursery Decor: Nordic Style

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What about this adorable nursery decorated by baravickan? The sweets prints by Mrs. Mighetto work well with soft textiles from Número 74, Fine Little Day and Cam Cam. A white base with touches of grey and some muted colours create a calm atmosphere.


Do you remember the romantic nursery created by @mreiness? (you can see the entire baby room here). She’s a Danish mum who likes Nordic and vintage styles. The nursery is plenty of sweet details and prints, with pink, white and grey as main tones.

As you can see, in both baby bedrooms you can find some Mrs. Mighetto watercolour prints. They are are beautiful artwork for the nursery but also for a kids room or playroom. I think they would fit perfectly into any Nordic style room of your house!

Really great kids bedroom, don’t you think? We hope they inspire you as much as they inspired us.

+ info: Mrs. Mighetto