Instead of letting your child’s drawings clutter your fridge door or countertops, hang a few artfully and don’t feel guilty about tossing the others

Sarah Yang
Photo by Luc Roymans, Jan Eleni Interiors

4. Collage

This one is a big investment, but think of it as a professional piece that you can have for years to come. Designer Jan Eleni Lemonedes will archive your child’s collection of artwork and create a collaged print with smaller images of your child’s artwork. You send her and her team the art, which will be returned to you once the print is made.

Craving Some Creativity

5. Wall Display

For a rustic look, take some stained wood boards and hang them horizontally on the walls like this display from Craving Some Creativity. On each board, place eyelet screws on the ends and string wire from them. Attach clips to the wire to hang photos and other mementos.

Childhood 101

6. Decals

For a low-commitment gallery wall of your kid’s artwork, place some temporary decal frames on a blank wall—or create “frames” from washi tape or paint like these from Childhood 101. Hang the art with pins or tape.