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A Map That Grows With Kids

Opt for educational wall coverings.

H&H style editor Stacey Smithers put a map up in her son's room because it adapts as the child grows. "In the beginning, it's all about the colour, but as kids mature and start reading, they can really learn a lot about the world through maps," she explains. For a pop of pattern, large-scale maps can be an affordable alternative to wallpaper.

Tour this bedroom on Online TV, plus find more inspiration in our photo gallery of Editors' Favourite Kids' Rooms.

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