Notice Boards

If you seem to be forever following your children around with post-it notes reminding them to pick up their gym kit, that they have a birthday party on Saturday, or that they need to take in a note to school then perhaps you should consider some of these children’s notice boards and pin boards. Forget plain old cork, that’s history! These noticeboards are jazzy, bright and individual – not a brown colour in sight!

Children's fabric noticeboard with pink butterflies and gingham

For something a little different and  special try this children’s fabric noticeboard with pink butterflies and gingham from Pins & Ribbons. A stylishly modern gingham print in various shades of pink decorated with pink ribbon to hold all your notes in place. There are loads more fab designs listed on the Pins & Ribbons site.

Children's pin board with black stars design

Stars and Stripes? Superstars in the making will love the  stars pinboard from Feather & Black  in a highly fashionable black and white design with navy ribbons. Very sophisticated!

Multi-coloured pin board

This Lola  definitely is a show-girl with  the colours of  cherry cola and is the best  pin-up girl  amongst all the  pinboards! Show off your wacky side with  this dazzling notice board from  Feather & Black.

Pretty floral notice board

If you prefer to be pretty in pink then add a pink floral touch to your pinboard from  Babyface  to take the edge off those homework reminders! Hit those notes with a little flower power!

Children's elephant sahped notice board in bright pink

There’s an elephant in the room and it’s bright pink so whatever you do  –   don’t ignore it! This pink elephant notice-board is from  Susan Bradley Design and I think you’ll agree that if anything will help jog your memory, this jolly Ellie will!

Pink magnetic noticeboard with a union Jack design

Celebrate all things british in your Union Jack themed room with this pink magnetic notice board from Green & Co  which incorporates a love heart design into the Union Jack. Even the magnets are pink hearts so make sure that your notes do come straight from the heart.

Children's pin board with robots design

You don’t find many boy’s notice boards do you? Well here’s one! Children’s pin board with robots design from amazon. Not exclusively for boys but perhaps more suitable than love hearts and flowers. Let these robots guard your notes, photos and party invites and when there’s nothing you need reminding about, you can just enjoy the cheeky robot grins!

Pink notice board with cupcakes design

Now for a pin board that is scrumtiously delicious! This pink noticeboard with cupcakes design is  from amazon  and looks good enough to eat! A great place to store those fairy cake recipes – this cupcake noticeboard would look equally yummy in the kitchen as well as the bedroom.

Black magnetic noticeboard with skull and crossbones motif

Ye better not forget where thee treasure is buried or ye’ll be walking the plank boyo! This black magnetic noticeboard with skull and crossbones motif is from  Green & Co  and makes a very effective and striking  piece of decor. Favourite piratey sayings are used to pin up your notes and treasure maps!

VW Campers On The Beach Poster Magnetic Notice

For the older child, a vintage, retro look is always a good fashionable bet. You can’t really get better in that respect than theis VW Campers On The Beach magnetic noticeboard  from amazon. Surf’s up dude!

This selection of noticeboards are begging to be noticed so hang them pride of place! It seems a shame to ruin them with notes really doesn’t it?

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Presentation & Display

Kid's magnetic notice board with a light green background and white polka dotsA bed, cupboard, drawers and other furniture are essential bedroom items for your child but these are not what gives the room its character, nor are they a true reflection of your child’s personality. Think of children’s rooms as blank canvases just waiting to be brought to life in the form of posters, artwork, pinboards and displays which bring colour and personalisation to a child’s room.

Providing a means of displaying your child’s prized possessions, works of art and favourite toys is a way of allowing him or her to develop a sense of identity and can also be a simple means of providing decoration.

Typical display areas will include the top of a bookcase, window-sills, noticeboards and shelving. Ceiling areas can also be utilized with hanging mobiles and suspending model aeroplanes, etc. Try to ensure that display areas are easily accessible and that they can change things as their tastes develop.

Notice Boards

Pin boards are a simple way of providing a display area but you don’t have to be restrictive to just one pin board, why not cover an entire wall with cork tiles or use blackboard paint to make a big display area where they can write on the wall and exhibit their latest artwork?

You can even buy such a thing as magnetic paint which you can use to transform a large wall area into a huge  noticeboard. The great thing about this is that it’s entirely changeable so that as your child’s tastes and preferences change, so can their display area.


Wooden shelves are relatively inexpensive and easy to fix. Providing one or two wall shelves will encourage them to creat their own displays and maybe even start of a collecting hobby? Just ensure that any shelving  or bookcases are securely fastened to the walls and that children don’t have to climb on them to reach the top.

Posters and Photos

Posters and pictures are a great way to add some personality to a room and kids will need no encouragement when it comes to fixing them to the wall. You can also think about framing some of their favourite pieces of artwork and providing an area where they can fix photos and magazine cuttings. Try adding spotlights to highlight some of their favourite posters or artwork.

Glass clip  frames are brilliant for photo collages or you could have a digital photo display mounted on the wall with interchangable photos for a truly modern display. You can even get magnetic photo frames and spinning frames which make a feature of your favourite photos.

Themed walls are a great way to ensure that they don’t get carried away with the picture display habit. Having one dedicated wall where they can create a collage of their own choosing is a good way of maintaining some order and if you are worried about pin-holes or blu-tack stains then at least if you restrict it to just one wall, you don’t have to re-decorate the entire room once they’ve finished.