Kermit the Frog certainly knew the value and magic in a rainbow, and I know my childhood during the 80s was filled with them (of course, along with unicorns). I would have loved having one of these handmade pillows for my room.
Everyone has go-to holiday colors. Some go for the classic red-and-green combo, but I think non-traditional holiday decor feels modern and fresh (just ask my black Christmas tree). These shapshots from homes decorated for the holidays are black, white and chic all over, following simple Scandinavian-inspired design principles. And it's easy to replicate the look in any home.
Do you or your child wear eyeglasses? Or are you just a hipster? Whatever the case, you might enjoy some room decor featuring glasses. It's a fun departure from some of the more common and traditional room motifs, and if your child does wear glasses, it can be a celebration of their individuality.
Narwhals look almost like they should be mythical creatures, found on ancient maps of the sea. They're graceful, unusual, and charming. These sweet decor items featuring them are a nice choice for winter decorating — and a nice change from woodland creatures decor.
I usually favor patterns that are intricate or whimsical, but these grid patterned products have me rethinking my ways. They're simple without being boring, and sleeker than the arrow prints that now seem ubiquitous.
What's the most memorable housewarming gift you've ever given or received? Whatever it was, it's going to be vying with these next unique personality-matched gift ideas for friends and family who are starting life in a new place to call home, but who may appreciate something in the realm of unusual...
Halloween inspires thoughts of bats, spiders, snakes, and moths. I've long been a little uneasy about the way moths bash into both lights and my face, but living with a moth-loving 7-year-old makes me appreciate their dark beauty...
I've played it. You've played it. Everyone we know has played it. Tetris: it's the greatest video game of all time...a game which has inspired numerous home and decorative goods that can fit into any home decor.
Olliegraphic is known for customized stationery and invitiations but here's something a bit softer. You choose the skin tone and facial features that most resemble your child and they are handsewn into a sweet face on a pillow along with your child's name. (Note: only available until Oct. 18th for Dec. delivery)