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Paul Montgomery Studio's "Fairington" hand-painted wallpaper was used by interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer in the incredible room she created for the Greystone Estate/Veranda show house.
If removable wallpaper and decals aren't your thing, stenciling is another option to create some wall pizzazz. It only takes a few hours, and you can give your rental space a one-of-a-kind touch without any long-term commitment. Plus, you can easily paint over it before you leave.
This clock is fun and totally unique because you can assemble the flowers in whatever pattern you like. The colors would brighten up a dull wall.
Diy Flower Clock
I love these clean, stainless steel numbers and letters. I think my old wrought iron ones are in for a makeover. I love the shape and style.
Calligraphy is near and dear to my heart, so I would love to put something on my walls that reminds me of it!
Scribble Coat Rack
A great alternative pattern to hexagon tile if you're looking for something a little different or have multiple bathrooms to redo, but don't want them all look exactly the same.
Okay, we'll admit, these are totally out of our price range. But they're gorgeous — and probably heavenly to sleep on.
These colorful plastic hooks attach with suction to the shower wall, bathtub or mirror. They'll keep toys and washcloths neat and tidy.
Going green shouldn't stop with the wallpaper itself, so be sure to choose an ecofriendly wallpaper paste.
I'd love a big spot to spread out everything for my latest craft project, and this table fits the bill perfectly. The height makes it good as a kitchen island too.80" wide x 33" deep x 36" h. Crafted from pine.
These fun retro posters are a great way to spruce up the laundry area. I so often look at the walls of my laundry room and think - why do they have to be so boring?
This chalkboard-esque pattern features the distinctive script of Quentin Blake. It is the perfect wallpaper for an accent wall when you want to add a graphic punch.
If you are a fan of industrial design, modern lines and straight-cut forms, this wall planter is just for you.
I love the cutout design of this supercool lantern/firepit. It looks like a spray of fire climbing up the walls.
EcoSmart Outdoor Lantern
This cute owl alphabet print in turquoise would look great in a cluster of art on the wall or hung on its own.
This is a beautiful Japanese-inspired pillow. The fabric colors on top of the cotton canvas make it a great choice for earth-toned rooms.
What a fun way to glam up a bathroom backsplash or shower! It would even look cool as a kitchen backsplash.
With all of the hand-carved accents, this truly feels like a piece of furniture from the turn of the century. The finish is called antiqued coffee. It comes with rustic cast-brass hardware.
Before I begin putting things together on my wall, I'd really like to give it a fresh coat of paint. I've been loving the new fall line Pottery Barn and Sherwin Williams collaborated on. I'm thinking a gray or blue would be nice.
This narrow eating table is perfect for a tight space in a kitchen that you'd like to transform into an eat-in kitchen. Put it in front of a banquette, shove it against one wall with the chairs tucked underneath when not in use, or use it as a console table or desk. Personally, I like the cheerful...
I have this tea towel hanging on the wall above my stove — looking at it never fails to make me smile.
This is a great modern rug that can be used inside. It's especially nice that it comes in a multitude of colors.
I love the precarious balance these lamps appear to have; something about the elegant base reminds me of Pick Up Stix, a game for children like me who grew up before there was such a thing as "childproofing."
Tripode Floor Lamp
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