Quirky and boho go hand-in-hand in home decor. I would totally do all of these…
Diagonals add energy, don’tcha know?
See more photos of this home at Vintage.
Poor puppy went and lost his head.
But it’s no reason to waste a good container. See more photos of this home at Apartment Therapy.
Can you hear me now?
This is one great idea for a phone and message center, IF you still have a land line. See more photos of this apartment at Planete Deco.
Beats running out of firewood, right?
I love how the largest frame is anchored in place. See more photos of this rustic Tudor home in France on Lonny.
Think of all the fun you’d have emptying the bottles.
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And what a terrific variety of arrangements you could make with the resulting clever set of vases! Follow the link to see more photos of this old school converted into a home.
I don’t have a ping-pong table, but…
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Who wouldn’t want paddles if they came in a Baccarat champagne bucket? An interesting mix of high and low, I’d say. See more photos from the 1868 New Orleans home of interior designer Sara Ruffin Costello at Habitually Chic.
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This quaint rusted vignette under glass is so cute. See more photos of this home at Keltainen Talo Rannalla.
You can’t tell a book by its cover, but…
You can tell time by the book. See more photos of this apartment on The Lovely Side.
I just gotta get a message to you.
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The angle is so cool on this photo. The way the cone shade of the light is hitting just below the ear of the young man in the headset creates a visual pun, as if he’s listening to the thoughts of the woman whose face appears on the Fornasetti urn. See more photos of this project completed by Studio Guilherme Tores for Brazil’s Casa Cor 2015 at Home Design, and follow my blog with Bloglovin.