For the family that really loves their car? Well, it's a good conversation piece, to say the least! And I've got to hand it to them for having some fun with their decor.
One large propeller takes the place of sculpture here. It proves that with a restrained hand, you can share your passion through your decor without veering towards the theme-y.
In an urban loft, it's possible there could be way more space in your dining room than in your garage. Make the most of it by bringing an impeccably clean bike inside.
I guess it's a popular idea! Here it's done again in a completely different home.
A model train set weaves its way through this magical garden. So fun.
Coming in for landing! A few model planes decorate this young aviation fan's room.
For a more grownup take, a simple airplane print dresses up the nightstand and unites the colors of this room.
A few retro train illustrations look fresh when placed in simple modern frames.
Airplanes, cars, boats — these homeowners obviously have a passion for all things that move.
Funky repurposed license plates call to mind the road — whether used to render a car or anything, really.
If the cars didn't give away this guy's passion, the art on the walls certainly would. While it might be major overkill inside the home, it's perfectly agreeable for dressing up the garage.
Westward, ho! Enough with all these engine-run machines. Before all that, there was the trusty wagon. Those wheels can still make their way into decor to provide a rustic note.