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Results found for "characters"

  • Contemporary  Master Bedroom for Bachelor, Contemporary Master Bedroom Italian Bedroom Suite  Custom Drapes & Bedding Stone Statue Microsuede Bench Circular Wire Sculpture Torchiere Lamp Italian Platform Bed Italian Salon Floor Mirror Jute Rug with Chinese Characters Painted Poster Art Painting with Lady in Maroon Gown, Bedrooms Design

    Contemporary Master ...

    12 photos, 2,886 Views, Flag

  • Fun with Pooh, Child's Playroom Walls, Nurseries Design

    Fun with Pooh

    7 photos, 412 Views, Flag

  • cartoons and characters, boys colorful chill spot, Boys' Rooms Design

    cartoons and character...

    5 photos, 686 Views, Flag

  • One of a Kind, A unique way to make Childrens Rooms more fun is to decorate it with their favorite characters idols or sports themes. This is my sons room and some of his favorite charaters., Boys' Rooms Design

    One of a Kind

    4 photos, 378 Views, Flag

  • SpongeBob Room, This is my 6yo son's room. My husband really wanted him to have a SpongeBob theme but I took it a bit too far! Sadly my son now wants a "plain" room so after the holidays I will be priming and repainting this room. (He has a mild form of autism so I think the room is overwhelming to him sometimes.)This was my first attempt at muralling and the images are all freehand. I'm still shocked that I could do something like this. It was a lot of fun!, Boys' Rooms Design

    SpongeBob Room

    4 photos, 9,710 Views, Flag

  • Disney Nursery, Before my son was born, I wanted to create a peaceful yet fun room for him that would last for a few years, so it had to work for when he was an infant until he is 6-7., Nurseries Design

    Disney Nursery

    6 photos, 893 Views, Flag

  • Baby Girl's Dr. Seuss Nursery, We fell in love with a Dr. Seuss baby nursery and adapted it for our new baby girl., Nurseries Design

    Baby Girl's Dr. Seuss...

    5 photos, 1,768 Views, Flag

  • Baby Boy, Passing on things from one generation to the next need not be limited to the Chritening gown alone.  Using nursery items that bring with them a history of happy memories is a great way to create a baby space with special meaning and style., Nurseries Design

    Baby Boy

    9 photos, 1,020 Views, Flag

  • Reed's Nursery Rhyme Nursery, This mural includes children's songs, fables, nursery rhymes, and tons of tiny critters and animals to keep a baby entertained.  I created this nursery for my first born son Reed.  I was 8 months pregnant when I began painting it.  This was my favorite project because it was the first time I got to create a project for my own child.   , Nurseries Design

    Reed's Nursery Rhyme ...

    10 photos, 1,799 Views, Flag

  • From Whimsical Safari Nursery to Toddler's Disney CAR'S Dream Room, This is our 1st son's new big boy room. We went from soothing blue  and pale yellow with cute animals to a big boy (3)  Lighting Mcqueen (ka chow!) room., Boys' Rooms Design

    From Whimsical Safar...

    10 photos, 3,851 Views, Flag

  • Dr. Seuss welcomes Malachi, Dr. Seuss themed nursery for either gender.  Includes following characters from well known Dr. Seuss books:  Horton, Lorax, Hop on Pop, and Woset, Nurseries Design

    Dr. Seuss welcomes M...

    11 photos, 752 Views, Flag

  • Pixar baby nursery, I'm a first time dad with my little girl Harley-Quinn who was born this November! I'm proud of what I've done for my little girl but everyone says Pixar is for boys! I have no regrets for giving my little girl a cheerful, fun, colorful nursery! What do u think? You can see the process on our Pinterest page, Courtney and Ryan Parfait., Nurseries Design

    Pixar baby nursery

    5 photos, 2,665 Views, Flag

  • Wyatts Room, 3D Winnie The Pooh Wall Mural in Perspectivewith Stuffed animals., Nurseries Design

    Wyatts Room

    18 photos, 6,513 Views, Flag

  • love of anime-girl's room, 14 year old gal who wanted a nice, but not pink, floral or any other girly type thing, just her favorite anime characters...and a tiny bit of glam, Girls' Rooms Design

    love of anime-girl's r...

    5 photos, 7,818 Views, Flag

  • My little girl's room, Nursery Rhymes,
Filled the walls with characters from rhymes i grew up with. The landscape gives the room an illusion of open space n of course bunk bed are lots of fun to sleep in and play as well. , Girls' Rooms Design

    My little girl's room

    5 photos, 191 Views, Flag

  • Poinsettia tree, I have always wanted a poinsettia tree, came up w/ the idea and forwarded it onto my brother!!  God bless him!!  This is what we came up with. Of course he did the construction, and I assisted in putting it all together w/ the flowers!!  Beautiful!!, Holidays Design

    Poinsettia tree

    12 photos, 152 Views, Flag

  • Aiden's vroom vroom room, This is my little boys new room, he turned 2 in June so we redid his room using the Disney cars room. Here is what I came up with so far. I need some ideas on window treatments, I don't want to do Disney Cars specific ones, there is already enough of the characters in his room at this point. I was thinking somethign black and white checkered but I'd love ideas because decorating is really not my strongsuit :(. Oh, the characters are Fatheads Thanks everyone!! :), Boys' Rooms Design

    Aiden's vroom vroom r...

    2 photos, 1,852 Views, Flag

  • Halloween House!, We had a big Halloween party and the whole house got a spooky facelift. I didn't spend a lot on store bought decorations...just tried to "spookify" everything with a little creativity...and a lot of black! The cutout paper bats were a great and supercheap way to unify the entire house around the theme. Bats were on the walls, "flew" out of the light fixtures and hung from the barren, black "trees" in each corner. The "trees" were just big branches dragged in from the woods (free!) and spray painted black. Small branches filled vases for table decor - just watch out for the real bugs and spiders! 
Regular art and photos were all covered over with black & white pictures of scary characters and haunted houses, all printed off the computer. The biggest expense was 50 yards of cheesecloth, stained and shredded to cover all the windows in a gauzy, ghostly film. Lots of candles completed the look. Guests had a great time wandering around to check out every creepy corner! Last year I used 2 red plastic tablecloths ($1 each!) to cut out a "dripping blood" border at the ceiling of each room. A lot of impact for two bucks!, Holidays Design

    Halloween House!

    15 photos, 627 Views, Flag

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