My son is older but we recently started hitting resale shops looking for things to hang on his wall. I started noticing he was going for boats, ships and things like that. So we decided to do a nautical theme. I bought old maps and glued them to his headboard, bought some rope and hot glued it down for trim. Then I took pieces of maps and willy nilly put them on his blue dresser (water colored by accident? no, got it from the returned paints at Lowes for $1.75). Then I sealed with with a clear shiny acrylic. I bought two old home interior sailing ships at a resale shop for 25 cents each, found a lamp and did the same thing with the map and rope to the shade and base as I did to the dresser and headboard. Wrapped his entire footboard in rope, secured it with hot glue and viola! a nautical room. Total cost including the paint, blue sheets bought at resale, lamp at garage sale, acrylic under $20 and a few days of working on the decopage of the headboard, lamp and dresser. You can do that with old story books as well. I am doing one for my grand daughter now for christmas. She needed a new dresser and I took old story books I bought at resale shops and garage sales and cut the pictures out and decopaged them to the dresser. It is so cute and extremely unique.