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.
Reclaimed stones comprise a long and low stone wall that frames the gravel ribbon driveway leading to the home. A ribbon driveway is a classic feature of older homes and typically has a grass strip down the middle, with concrete or gravel strips guiding a car's tires.
This funky space would be great for a teen -- or even as a guest bedroom! Ribbons criss-crossed and attached to the periwinkle-colored walls allow the homeowners to place paper mementos all over the walls in varying patterns. And the postcards, photos and art can be added to or changed out at any time. A lace bedskirt creates a feminine feel in the room, and white bed linens feel crisp and comfortable.
All white walls and ceiling let the accessories fill this kid's room with color as shown by the bookshelves, stuffed animals and ribbons on the wall. A cozy window seat makes an inviting spot to catch up on homework reading or daydreaming.
Seems a shame to stick pretty papers and ribbon behind closed doors after the holidays. Turn your trimmings into year-round decor with this do-it-yourself wrapping paper and ribbon display from Interior Designer Alissa Ditta.
Fabric garland is added below the mantel for a soft, flirty touch. To make, cut yards of fabric into strips. Next, fold each strip in half, then tie to a strand of ribbon. After the ribbon is completely covered with strips, attach the garland to the wall.
Raid your yard for pine cones and form them into a decorative hanging cluster. Gather between six and 18 pine cones and tie a ribbon at their tops. Once all ribbon is added, cluster the pine cones together neatly, then tie them all together at the top. Add a chunky ribbon or bow to conceal the tied knot, then hang on a door, in a window or even directly on the wall.
A raw steel accent wall is the focal point of this contemporary two-story great room. A 72-inch-long ribbon flame fireplace adds warmth to the seating area, which features a comfortable tufted gray sectional.
A wall of windows in this two-story great room allows views of the outdoor patio with fire pit. The open living space has a raw steel accent wall with wall-mounted TV and ribbon flame fireplace. A cozy shag area rug defines the seating area that features a cozy gray sectional and contemporary white chair.
The two-story great room features a wall of windows blending the indoors and out, as well as an open catwalk that overlooks the living space and views of Eugene, Ore. A gray sectional is centered on an accent wall of raw steel with 72-inch-long ribbon flame fireplace, flatscreen TV and LED lighting.
The two-story great room of this northwest contemporary home has a towering window wall and steel and exposed wood structural beams. The floating steel staircase was locally fabricated and is the centerpiece of the entry. A comfortable tufted sectional centers on the raw steel feature wall that houses the TV and 72-inch-long ribbon flame fireplace.
As seen on DIY Network's Bath Crashers, licensed contractor Matt Muenster remodeled this bathroom with oak engineered flooring, a glass-enclosed shower with granite walls and a gorgeous metal ribbon chandelier. A pair of Kohler sinks sit atop custom quartz Cambria countertops.
A ribbon with floral accents has been painted on the beige walls in this nursery. The walls are also used to display artwork of a pink-skirted mannequin and a framed photograph of a little girl in a pink tutu. Including family photographs and personal items in a nursery provides a sense of heritage and personalizes the space, making it especially inviting for baby and mother.