Adorn your patio or deck fence with a festive banner to make it stand out from the rest, and every day will seem like a party. You can find outdoor pennant banners at home decor and party supply shops for about $5-$10, or you can make your own.
The same rule of three (main colors, that is) that applies to selecting an indoor color scheme also works when planning an outdoor party. Choose three main colors to create a theme then carry those colors throughout with accessories like napkins, plates, place cards, paper pom-poms, pennants or balloons.
This royal prince nursery, designed by celebrity nursery designer Sherri Blum, features baby blue, creamy white and silver to give it an ethereal appeal. The high, angled ceiling called for custom crown molding, and a painted blue pennant was the perfect finishing touch to accentuate the room and provide a canopy over the space.
The reading nook in the homeowners' son's bedroom is a space that is both cozy and masculine, with a band poster and a Raiders pennant flag to showcase his loves and a great, modern chair and wood light fixture, this space is one that invites him to settle in with a good book and enjoy his space.
For each child’s first birthday, homeowner Lynielle Long made pennant flags that spell out their names and “Happy Birthday” along the panels. The reverse side is blank, featuring only the pattern of the fabrics. For each birthday, she turns them around, but during the remainder of the year they decorate the bedrooms.
For each child’s first birthday, Lynielle made pennant flags that spell out their names and “Happy Birthday” along the panels. The reverse side is blank, featuring only the pattern of the fabrics. For each birthday, she turns them around, but during the remainder of the year they decorate the bedrooms.
The homeowners wanted a cool, masculine space for their newest addition, so designers brought in a rustic, wood crib and fun sports accents. A mobile with all sorts of sport balls hangs over the crib, and pennants from the homeowners' favorite sports teams adorn the wall. The finishing touch is a masculine name plate that hangs above the crib, making the space personal for the family and their new baby boy.