I'm thinking of pictures and paintings in particular but anything really that anyone else has. I was making a picture for LO's room earlier and it made me think about the artwork we have in the rest of the house (most of it actually still on the floor because we moved and I can't decide where to put things yet ) Most of ours, apart from all the family photographs we have in frames, are those framed posters made up mostly of words or with just tiny graphics. Even the one I was making for LO. I wanted his room in a robot theme but then I thought it might be nice to decorate it in military colours too. So I bought this wall graphic sticker: https://carolinemcgrath.co.uk/images/large/SPi-am-not-a-robot.jpg and I stuck it onto some green card that matches the khaki/green camouflage colours and put it in a black metal frame. It looks really good and will suit both the theme and colour of his room. I wanted it for him because one of the qualities I hope he has as he gets older is a good, creative imagination and an ability to lead rather than follow, or at least have the confidence to be himself, like what he likes and not care if its not the same to the things his friends like. But thinking about it, almost everything else we have for the walls is the same, words and simple graphics. I think it's because I like to read a lot (something of an understatement but I do). I love reading and I love words, so artwork made from words appeals to me without my even realising before. Others that we have are: "Keep Calm and Carry On" - in red and white, gift from a friend. "Tomorrow is a lovely day" - in red and white, bought by me with Christmas money. Three gold letters that are the first name initials of my three children - I have them above the door in the dining room. The Great Bear/London Underground poster - first wedding anniversary gift from my parents The Bold and Noble "British Isles Type Map" with the map made from different sized font place names. The Cressida Bell "How to cook real good cheap easy food" recipe poster. A theatre poster for the day I was born but 35 years earlier. It just has the names of the acts set out in nice layouts. A big green sign with white writing that says "Accommodation" on it. We used to have it over the bed in the spare room. I even have a little word block on the mantlepiece that says "Friends Gather Here." But I'd love to know what artwork other people have and why they have it.