Escape Style: Using Globes as Decor

Escape Style: Using Globes as Decor

A former roommate of mine had a really cool inverse color globe that was also decades out of date. Nevertheless, that globe was a source of some of our most memorable conversations about hard-to-pronounce names, places that no longer exist and countries where we'd like travel. While some may think it's a fad, globes are a great source of inspiration and, as our house tours prove, an easy piece of décor. TOP ROW 1. Ashley Ann's $500 Light and Lovely Remodel 2. Maggie & Ryan's Quietly Colorful Queen Anne Apartment 3. Alison & Jeff's Eclectic Williamsburg Railroad 4. Inside Out: Adrienne is Not Afraid to Ship 5. Leticia & Daniel's Vintage Cool Condo BOTTOM ROW 6. Christy & John's Logan Square Bungalow 7. Krystal's San Francisco Studio 8. Leah & Rich's Evolving Patina. A tutorial for making the globe pendant light can be found here. MORE GLOBES ON APARTMENT THERAPY:Decorate Like a Globe TrotterVintage Globe Decor: Trend or Timeless?Roundup: Globes in HomesTaking Globe Decor To The Next LevelGreen Tour Décor: Get the Look with Vintage GlobesEasing/Increasing Wanderlust: Custom Maps & Globes (Images: as linked above)
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