No need to run away to join the fun!
Elephants, clowns, the big top – all the elements you need to turn your child’s room into a great circus. It’s a wonderful theme for a kid’s space with all the animals and bright colors.
Bring in the elements of the circus with these great decor items I found below. Just a few of the elements I was looking for include the red and white striping of the tent, the pennant flags streaming around, balloons and clowns. Along with the other great things you’d find at the circus.
As you poke around, you’ll notice some distinct styles working here. There are lots of bright, colorful, cartoony designs that work great for kids and give you plenty of colors to play with in the room. But there are also some retro, classic images taken from old posters that provide a more subtle palette and sophisticated look.
You could bring in a few more animal items to the room, along with big colorful balls, a chair and whip, black top hat, even red and white popcorn buckets or some fake cotton candy. All great elements you’d find at the show.
Wall Decor Selections
This first set of items definitely fits in with a more retro style – muted colors, detailed artwork.
Vintage Circus Elephant
At Petit Tresor
Vintage Circus Cannon
At Petit Tresor
Primary Color Circus Theme Framed Wall Art: Matilda the Talking Goose
At The Well Appointed House
Lil’ Momeni Classic Circus Collection Area Rug
$68.99 at Hayneedle
Red Ball Kids Rug
$39.00 at Wayfair
Circus Decor Items
Wind Up Musical Circus Train Picture Frame
Oopsy daisy Circus Tents Growth Charts
$49.00 at Oopsy daisy
Circus Themed Furniture
Big Top Circus Beanbag Chair
At Little Circus
Lion Cage Toy Chest
$164.95 at Wayfair
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