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.
Hanging planters are having a resurgence in popularity, and with their space saving design they are a perfect fit for square-foot-deficient plant hoarders (ahem, me) and 70's aficionados alike. Here are a few great options to buy or DIY one for yourself.
When it comes to home decor, glam and geek can be like oil and vinegar: they don't naturally mix well, but when done right, it can offer a tasteful combination. The only trick to styling a collection of seemingly disparate elements—smoothly folding together The Walking Dead figurines with gilded gold giraffes—is to go into it with a well thought out strategy and an open mind.
I hate my sofa. I was excited about it once upon a time, and it's been a perfectly fine place to lounge for the past six years. But it has overstayed its welcome. Searching for its successor has been a lesson is patience. Especially when your instinct is to put the old one on the curb immediately and just get something different already. How do you manage the waiting while slow decorating?
With this fabulous month full of colors on Apartment Therapy, we didn't want to leave out colorful lights for the kid's room. There is something to be said about the accent in the room being the bright funky element right at the center of attention. Here are ten that grab your attention:
With soft, painterly strokes and the prettiest shades, watercolor inspired decor is striking a cord with me lately. Whether soft and subtle or bold, the abstract nature of the designs layer beautifully against other prints and patterns, or stand out on their own.