There are many ways to add color to a room, but a decorative element can brighten a space tremendously, with very little effort. Here is a collection of 20 fantastically fun kids rooms for your inspiration.
Eyebombing is definitely goofy and potentially creepy, which makes it an especially good candidate for Halloween decorations and for surprising people this season. Not that you should limit yourself during the rest of the year, because it's easy and the opportunities are endless. By all means, carry some eyeballs around in your back pocket, and use as inspiration strikes.
Living in the South, there's not much need to light a fire to keep warm. Instead, fireplaces here are coveted as a focal feature, something to anchor a sitting room. Still, it feels like something's missing when idle fireplaces (or those closed off by landlords) are left empty. Whether vacant by choice or by chance, I love this geeky idea for decorating an unused hearth.
We usually say something's "gone to seed" like it's a bad thing- but it's often when things start to get interesting. I love arugula and could happily eat a pound of it every day, but I had no idea it would produce such delicate and lovely seed pods. "Rocket" in salads, on pizzas, and in vases!
Having a statement or accent wall in a kids' room is a great way to customize a room's decor. You can paint a bright wall, add a mural, or use wallpaper. But we love this unique idea for using complementary wallpapers to create a patchwork wall.
With a whole world of color at our disposal, sometimes it's hard to know where to start when choosing a color scheme for a new or updated room. And to add to that - choosing colors for kids can be particularly tricky. If you are having trouble deciding on a color scheme for your child's room, here are a few places you might want to look for inspiration.
They say, "Ask, and you shall receive," and that's exactly what happened to one lucky little girl who asked her parents for a Mario Bros. bedroom. After 60 hours of work and a $700 investment, Reddit user Carpenter75 unveiled this gem for his daughter.
If you don't have a garage full of old frames, then it's super easy to acquire a bunch on the cheap, whether it's at a garage sale or Michaels. And you're going to want to, because I've found so many clever uses for old frames. Check out this roundup of frame decor that works well in kids' rooms and nurseries.
Marble is definitely having a moment. With the rise of kitchens, bathrooms and even furniture made of Carrara marble in recent years, it's surprising there's actually any left in the Italian quarries. From fashion to interiors and even beauty, the world has gone mad for marble.