Sharing the same difficult task as decorating our home, I always tend to get out of control. Whether I keep it simple with a few functional items in a small room of one bedroom, or make major purchases, I often feel the need for a bigger space. A basket can help with that. And let’s not forget about your children’s bedroom, that need’s always got to be three-dimensional. From fluffy toys and animals to tall “z”-shaped beds and cubicles, baskets have endless ways to transform a room. And today, we’re showing off baskets in baskets that are just some of the ways a child can channel their own style in their room.
Today we spotlight three very unique collections by Adrianna Wallpics. Triangles are simply therapeutic, feminine and appealing. Instead of two equal baskets, Jenny of The Walking Girl shared a collection divided three times, creating a truly interesting display.
Speaking of patterns and artwork put together, there’s the pineapple. With its visual, colorful pineapple wallpaper, there’ll be a lot of subtly interest in a room that brings color and celebrates the good of the kiddos. This is a modern way to dress the nursery for the season and it’ll definitely help keep the room clutter-free.
And for the cheery end of the list, check out this lipstick-free retro red designed by Shamsudzu Theron Co. Paint this retro-style wallpaper with navy and pink “bullies” and accent the room for a good show-stopping result.
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