August 31, 2010

A Guide to Non-Serious Decor

I'm a big believer in taking life in stride, and in doing so, keeping it as non-serious as possible. Proof? Non-serious is decidedly a non-word.

Anyway, life is much, much too short to spend it holed up in a tightly-wound household, yes? Naturally, I like to keep t How Do I Get My Ex Girlfriend Back That I Love hings light, bright, airy and fun, and I'd imagine lovers of the following images would feel very much the same way:

[Image via Ish and Chi]

Case in point? A fresh coat of paint in gazillions of colors is sure to brighten up any average staircase. It's the perfect non-permanent way to be non-serious.

[Image via Living, Etc.]

No headboard? No problem. A whimsical approach to a bedroom staple shows that you don't have to spend a ton to get the look. In fact, I much prefer this flat alternative to the real thing, and it's perfect for tiny bedrooms that would suffer from added bulk.

[Image via Freshome]

And, of course, last but not least, work with what you've already got. Instead of displaying your books in any old fashion, get crafty and make a statement. Not only will you brighten up your home, but the creative display will make you look worlds more organized than you already are. ;)

Happy decorating!

More: How Do I Get My Ex Girlfriend Back That I Love

Tags: , , ,

3 Responses to “A Guide to Non-Serious Decor”

  1. elsewhere. | Design For Mankind Says:
    September 3rd, 2010 at 9:02 am

    [...] the Internet:-A Vertical Garden Round-Up at ReadyMade Magazine -Let There Be Light! at -A Guide to Non-Serious Decor at FLOR -A Pop-Proof Balloon Dog at ReadyMade Magazine (image above!) -An Artful Home at CalFinder [...]

  2. DarcP Says:
    September 3rd, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    I love these ideas! I've done the book one, but I didn't have nearly the same amount of books :)

  3. Rundt om Says:
    September 4th, 2010 at 5:42 am

    I love this look at life! One I easily could use my self.
    - if you want to know why take a look at my home page.