Put a fresh spin on plastic animal figurines by outfitting them as a kids' garland. Add screw eyes into the tops of each animal, then cut a strand of thread to size (approximately 36 inches long, depending on your tree). Slide beads and animal figurines onto the thread, then secure the ends with knots.
A modern terrarium incorporates clean lines, use of space, layers and grouping. Floral designer Paul Ponn used a large white figurehead to create an imposed asymmetrical line to bring the eye to the soil line. If you play close attention to the soil line, you will notice clear layers between the different types of soil, says Ponn, a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers and owner of Bella Floral Boutique in St. Cloud, Fla.
This chic hall features metal pom pom wall sculptures positioned above a metallic console table with brown striped wallpaper as a backdrop. Recessed lighting illuminates the glossy tile floors, while a built-in wall shelf provides a spot for displaying collectible figurine sculptures.
A gold frame shines around a southwestern art print over this decorative set up. A matching figurine brings the art work to life in a three-tiered display. Textured wood pedestals are a beautiful contrast to the smooth gray backdrop
The desk area in this boy's room creates the perfect blend between an adult and adolescent space. A black, professional desk and modular shelving bring a grown-up hint to the space, while the bright orange chair and figurine displays keeps the space appropriately childish, creating a design that can grow with its occupant.