This blue and white nursery has painted oars and sailboat decor hung on the wall to create a nautical theme. A wood dresser doubles as a changing table, while a chest of drawers offers additional storage.
This bedroom's unique feature is the criss-cross ribbon attached to both walls. The homeowners can place photos, art, drawings, postcards -- anything! -- under the ribbons, and change them out at any time for changing and evolving decor. Pale periwinkle-colored walls create a soothing sleep space, and an industrial-style table with wheels doubles as a dressing table or desk.
Making changes to your kitchen’s style can be as easy as setting the table. When choosing table decor, it’s OK to use an assortment of plates and glasses purchased new and picked up at antique sales, as long as they’re in the same color palette. “Choose one color range and use it,” says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." “Add flower and fruit displays that have the same color.”