The Coolest Wall Decals for Kids' Rooms

Removable wall decals and stickers are a fun way to add interest to kids' rooms. Check out the trend's latest designs and innovations.

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April 14, 2020

Photo By: Courtesy of Mykea

Friendly Dinosaur

This lovable herbivore is the perfect addition to a dinosaur-themed nursery, toddler room or playroom. We love the green-on-green combo, but you can customize your Brachiosaurus with more than 40 color choices depending on your little one’s favorite colors.

Buy It: Etsy, $129.78

Confetti Stickers

Part '80s throwback, part ice cream shop, these minimal decals are great for a tween bedroom. You could use a small batch to style a desk area or vanity, or decorate an entire wall for a faux-wallpaper look.

Buy It: Etsy, $24.83

City Skyline

This charming cityscape has a touch of whimsy with its hot air balloons and sketchbook style. It looks like it’s straight off the page of a children’s book or comic book. The decals look great hugging molding or trim — or even on top of wainscoting in a kid's bathroom.

Buy It: Wayfair, $239.99

Trendy Rainbow

Rainbows are popping up everywhere in design right now, from pillows to lamps to this gorgeous watercolor decal from Pottery Barn Kids. This room features a strange corner, but the way the rainbow connects the bunk bed to the nightstand is really cute.

Buy It: Pottery Barn Kids, $439.00

Giant Giraffe

Black and white might not be the first color combo that comes to mind when you think about designing a safari-themed kids' room, but this large decal works perfectly against the green statement wall. We love the modern take on this jungle-themed room with a minimal palette of black, white and olive green.

Buy It: Crate & Kids, $199.00

Celestial Skies

This simple theme of moon and stars will always be one of our favorites for nurseries. And at less than $10, it’s easy on the wallet, too. The white decals make such a big impact against a blue or gray wall. To complete the lunar theme, you could frame the phrase “Love You to the Moon and Back” on the opposite wall.

Buy It: Amazon, $9.90

Around the World

This is one of the cutest statement walls for a toddler’s room that we’ve ever seen. And we’ve seen a lot of cute spaces. This giant map decal comes in various sizes to fit an entire wall. The lovable design features a world map with every continent and the animals that call it home. It’s cheerful and educational for future world travelers.

Buy It: Etsy, Starting at $26.50

Mountain Vibes

If you love rustic style, check out this mountain mural from Etsy shop Wall Decals Studio. The design is totally customizable with nine size options and nearly 150 color choices. And if none of those fit your kid’s room and palette, you can custom order for an exact match, too.

Buy It: Etsy, Starting at $49.99

Jungle Cat

Honestly, this watercolor tiger is so cute that it could work for a maximalist entryway, but it would also look great in a toddler room or playroom. The jungle green on the large leaf decals is the perfect gender-neutral color for a bedspread or throw pillows.

Buy It: Wayfair, $56.99

Peel-and-Stick Court

If your kid or teen is a huge basketball fan, this court decal is perfect for a statement wall or faux headboard. Complete the theme by framing their favorite player’s jersey or choosing bed linens in their favorite team’s colors.

Buy It: PBTeen, $169.00

Inspiring Words

Create a literal statement wall with these peel-and-stick words. The short sentences are full of positivity and purpose and make a great mantra for mornings with your kiddo.

Buy It: Amazon, $12.37

Under the Sea

If your toddler loves the aquarium, this giant, underwater design from Crate&Kids is a sure bet. Murals are a great way to add personality and whimsy to a toddler’s room, but instead of painting, all you have to do is peel and stick with this decal.

Buy It: Crate & Kids, $189.00

Boho Vines

For a tween’s room, these abstract vines have the right balance of cute and cool. And we love the green, orange and pink color palette you can create with throw pillows, bedding and additional art. Style the decals behind the bed for a canopy look.

Buy It: Bed Bath & Beyond, $33.99

Whimsical Birch Forest

Technically, this birch forest print doesn’t make any sense because it features desert and jungle animals in a chilly, boreal climate, but that’s why we love it. Because it’s like a child’s imagination where anything is possible.

Buy It: Crate & Kids, $189.00

Alphabet Poster

Your toddler can learn their ABCs in style with this funky-chic poster decal. We love the bold palette and retro illustrations. It’s a great way to add lots of color to a room with white walls without actually painting.

Buy It: Oopsy Daisy, $159.00

Dainty Daisies

The '90s are back in full force, and daisies are everywhere in design right now. These dainty decals from Etsy maker Wallums Wall Decals look great scattered against a trendy lilac wall in various sizes.

Buy It: Etsy, Starting at $24.99

Written in the Stars

There are tons of celestial-themed wall decals, but this set from Pottery Barn Kids is personalized with a name spelled out as a constellation. It would make a great statement wall over a crib or behind a big-kid bed instead of a headboard. And to complete the nightscape theme, you could frame your little one’s exact star chart or their zodiac sign on another wall.

Buy It: Pottery Barn Kids, $60.00

Glow-in-the-Dark Stars

If your kiddo is afraid of the dark, glow-in-the-dark stars are a great way to make bedtime less scary. Plus, during the day, they double as decor. Instead of the default practice of decorating the ceiling with these, we love the way Pottery Barn Kids has styled them in between other space-inspired art prints for an entire galactic art wall.

Buy It: Pottery Barn Kids, $29.00

Whimsical Garden

These overgrown wildflower decals are perfect for a fairy garden or woodland-inspired room. Created by Etsy maker Milykon, these vinyl clings are ideal for the bottom of a wall, where the flowers look like they’re magically growing out of the baseboard.

Buy It: Etsy, $29.00

Head in the Clouds

This classic cloud theme never goes out of style and can grow with your baby from a nursery to a toddler’s bedroom. You can style this cling set from Wayfair on the wall or even a mirror, dresser or closet door.

Buy It: Wayfair, $75.99

Adorable Bunnies

These precious, silly bunnies are sure to bring a smile to your little one’s face. And probably you, too! The design works for a dreamy, whimsical nursery, but will also grow with your kiddo for a cute toddler’s room, too.

Buy It: Wayfair, $112.99

Southwestern Style

Instead of hand-painting or wallpapering a desert scene, try these cactus stickers. Pair with a Southwestern-style rug or bedding and add beaded curtains for an all-around boho-chic vibe for teens.

Buy It: Pottery Barn Kids, $29.00

Geometric Tiles

These peel-and-stick triangles from Target are a great way to get your kiddo involved in decorating their own room. The tiles are removable and can be repositioned over and over again for different designs. Spread the triangles out for a print-inspired look or cluster together for a dramatic focal point.

Buy It: Target, $9.99

Stuck on You

How cute is this sloth parent-and-baby pair? We can’t even handle their rosy little cheeks. If you love sloths just as much as Kristen Bell, you definitely need this for a new nursery. It also makes a great baby shower gift.

Buy It: Etsy, $34.79

Up in the Air

Fill your baby’s nursery with a sky of soaring hot air balloons with these dreamy decals from Wayfair. We love the watercolor-inspired treatment and the pastel, candy-colored palette.

Buy It: Wayfair, $83.99

Animals of North America

Your little one can learn all about the critters that call this part of the world home with this adorable decal. We love the ochre, brown and red color palette in this poster, too. And, because it’s a decal, you can move the poster around as your kid grows and you need to rearrange the room.

Buy It: Oopsy Daisy, $159.00

Watercolor Dots

The peel-and-stick decals from Pottery Barn Kids, such as these watercolor dots, are great because you can redecorate and reposition designs anytime you want. You could make abstract flowers with these dots, spell out your child’s name or simply use them to fill a blank wall.

Buy It: Pottery Barn Kids, $24.00

Sassy Lashes

These cheeky eyelash stickers are perfect for a teen’s room. Style above a vanity or use with other decals and framed pieces to make a statement gallery wall.

Buy It: Overstock, $31.49

Surf's Up

The possibilities are endless with these wave stickers from Etsy maker Fab Decals. You could use a couple in a toddler’s preppy, nautical-themed room or use an entire wall’s worth for a beachy, surfer-inspired teen room.

Buy It: Etsy, Starting at $25

Paint Daubs

Decals are a great way to get that trendy, printed wallpaper look without actually having to wallpaper at all. This minimal design from Pottery Barn Kids features colorful brushstroke stickers that look just like a printed wallpaper. And one set includes more than 60 pieces so you can cover a lot of wall space for less than $30.

Buy It: Pottery Barn Kids, $29.00

Reusable Bunting

What better way to announce a new baby than some bunting? Most decals are vinyl, but these pennants are actually made of adhesive fabric that you can reuse. Because the banner is rip- and wrinkle-resistant, you can easily move it from over a crib to decorate for a child's birthday party. Photo courtesy of Petit Collage

Hugs and Kisses

Move over, chalkboard paint. Chalkboard wall decals are one of the hottest innovations of this sticker trend. Hung above a child's desk, these decals can display anything from off-the-cuff sketches to crucial to-do lists. Don't forget the colored chalk! Photo courtesy of WallCandy Arts

Turn the Radio Up

DJ equipment is expensive, but your teen's dream of having two turntables and a microphone just got a little more realistic thanks to these furniture decals. Young music fanatics could store CDs or a record collection inside the drawers, but even if it's just socks and sweaters, they'll earn serious cred from the outside. Photo courtesy of Mykea

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