In place of a traditional Christmas tree, Ginger Curtis, Urbanology designer, created her own tree by wrapping twine around bare sticks and hanging felt stars from each of the branches for a whimsical, wintry element to her modern Christmas decor.
Instead of a lot of color, this sweet kid's room uses textures and graphic patterns to create a whimsical play space. Pennants trim the windows and oversized wood knobs make an easily reachable spot for hanging bags and toys.
Banquette seating makes so much sense in a small space. This home uses it to create a charming breakfast nook, pairing the dark green bench with a marble-topped table and crisp black-and-bronze pendant.
Basic white shelves are a perfect platform for showcasing a beautifully curated collection of toys, art, even a houseplant. The fact that enough space is left between items to really see them keeps the wall from feeling cluttered.