This nursery incorporates elements of the circus in its decor, from the green-and-white striped ceiling to the curtains and coordinating valance that have been hung behind the crib. A yellow door and red antlers bring even more color into the vibrant space.
Designer Bronwyn Poole was inspired by the colors and patterns of the circus in designing this room. Poole wanted it to feel alive and happy, but also balanced and easy on the eye to induce a peaceful state of mind.
A wallpaper accent wall is much cleaner than the painted circus stripes this master bedroom used to have. The space feels brighter and cleaner as your eye is drawn through the space. As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling With the Property Brothers
Whether you are renting or owning, in a city or town for one year or in a forever home, there is no reason you can't personalize and customize your space. Emily Henderson advises you "go into your attic or box of mementoes" for artwork and sculptural elements in your home in place of expensive, original artworks. "If it's two-dimension and means something to you, it can become a piece of art." The living room coffee table is a repurposed circus elephant stand painted with black spray paint, as is the etagere in the far corner. Circular forms that bring in a hip, Eighties vibe repeat in the couch and mantel mirror and peacock blue and natural wood side tables in the room to bring cohesion and purpose.