This gender-neutral space is all about adventure. And it's hard to choose what we love best. The mountain range accent wall? The patterned fabrics? The funky light fixture?
Homepolish designer Benedetta mixed and matched patterns within a neutral color palette, letting the tree-print wallpaper do all the talking.
The wall decals, framed art and furniture may all feature different shapes and prints, but the effect of this Tina Marie Interiors design is still cohesive and elegant.
Using the sheet music wallpaper as her inspiration, first-time mom Sharry Bath filled the eclectic space with more traditional decor from Resoration Hardware and Pottery Barn.
Even with white walls and gray carpeting, this Salt Lake City space designed by PureHaven Homes is anything but boring. Unique, colorful furniture and a picture book collection on display bring the fun front and center.
It's only fitting that this feminine, floral space by Natalie Hurst Interiors is for a little girl named Rosie.