Three-dimensional wall art goes a long way if you’re working with lots of blank space, and the plush variety is so fitting for a nursery. To achieve a more playful feel, mount a stuffed animal head above your crib. Thanks to the internet, you can find just about any animal you’d want – from a deer to a flamingo to a unicorn. For a more modern look, mount a plush geometric shape, like the edgy, black-and-white rain cloud here. Or, do both, like designer and stylist Live Loud Girl. You really can’t go wrong when it comes to fun, pillowy wall art.
A wood wall with a floral pattern and faux mounted animal head serves as a dynamic focal wall in this neutral guest bedroom. Red accents and floral-patterned pillows add color to the transitional space.
A bold blue accent wall is the focal point of this eclectic bedroom with custom entertainment center and twin beds with yellow and white striped bedding. This quirky style continues above the bed, with DIY canopies and painted mounted animal heads.
This youthful bedroom is a vibrant blue with charming decor – including pink faux animal heads mounted above the twin beds. Striped bedding and a lattice-inspired overlay on the wall add a graphic punch to the eclectic room.
Fun floral wallpaper, a mounted decorative animal head and a bold teal accent wall combine to create a fun dressing room the homeowner could hang out in all day. Rustic wood beams and trim give a nod to the Park City, Utah, locale.
This contemporary living room features a textured gray wall with mounted animal heads boasting metallic horns. Metallic pendant lights hang low beside the white tufted sofa with nailhead trim. Red, thin-striped pillows bring a splash of color to the room, while faux fur white pillows add a fun texture.
A pair of dainty arm chairs creates a fun vignette and a functional spot to perch in this eclectic living room with a view. A mounted animal head sculpture adds a note of whimsy, while an old-fashioned wood stove calls attention to the home's age and character. A large window is unadorned, providing an uninterrupted view of the pretty countryside.
Teal is a tough color to use without completely overwhelming a space. But if you stick with teals that are close to the aqua family, you'll find them rather versatile. The floating vanity, white half wall and white tile shower add light elements to balance the room. The mounted horns and animal head bring a masculine side to the design and compliment the brown flooring.