We’ve talked about decorating with maps before, but what about dressing your windows with them? The unique scrolling design of many vintage, schoolhouse maps are perfectly suited for the task, and I love how it adds so much depth, character and history to the space.
I’ve long loved the idea of grid-like photo wallpaper, filled to the brim with portraits and adventures and mementos. But the process seemed daunting, so I never quite gave it a second thought. Until I spotted Elsie’s amazing photo wallpaper she created herself – in just a few days!
… create your own, one-of-a-kind art?
Typography-based art is still going strong in the art/design world, and I love seeing the trend re-imagined in various homes. I spotted this image from Jennifer Hagler and my imagination was immediately sparked – I’m envisioning how perfect this piece would look in an office, bedroom or even nursery, spelling out all sorts of fun and quirky messages…
Have you ever worked with shrink film? I’m an admitted DIY failure, so the idea is incredibly daunting to me. But after spotting these adorable decorative wall hooks (that would be simply perfect in a tiny bedroom or quirky entryway!), I might be convinced that shrink film is a tool worth learning to use.
Wallpaper is all the rage in today’s trendiest homes, but it can take days (weeks?) to remove it once you’ve grown tired of the pattern. And with the cost of wallpaper steadily rising, it’s an investment that leaves many homeowners nervous about making the leap. Enter printed paint rollers, a genius idea discovered from this Etsy seller on a visit to Romania (and originally spotted on Apartment Therapy).