UrbanWalls


verse print by Naptime Diaries, watercolors by Lauren and bunting from

photo from my role of Princess Aurora in the ballet, Sleeping Beauty

just a few favorites..



I've been in the mood to redo some of the decor in my room...I get on these design kicks and then move all the furniture and redesign my theme. Recently, adding touches of gold and ethnic elements to my room has been my latest love. 
When the Urbanwalls team sent over this gorgeous map in a shimmering gold, I couldn't resist giving the gilded piece center stage on the wall. I've used vinyl wall decals before in both a previous room design as well as past college dorm rooms, and have loved the character and fun look they can bring to a space, and when you're all done, you can simply peel it off the wall. Easy. This one was absolutely perfect with the look I was going for. 
Check out more of their beautiful designs here. 
(stay tuned for a giveaway from Urbanwalls in the very near future!)

Do you have a long-standing theme in your room, or do you like to switch things up like me? 

7 comments

Kirsten said...

I LOVE the world wall piece!

And, your new room decor is very pretty! (I especially liked the tiara : ) )

Kirsten
mylifetintedpink.blogspot.com

alongobucco said...

So many pretty things around your home. I love that gold wall decal!

-Alyssa
The Glossy Life

Ariel said...

Such a cool wall decal! And I'm loving how you put everything together :)

tutusandtea said...

What cozy nooks! It looks so creative and inspiring....love the map!

Ashley {hudson's happenings} said...

Love that cool decal! I'm a big fan of maps as art/decor!!

Hope you are having a happy week!! xx

p.s. I'm giving away a $50 gift card to Shabby Apple if you are interested!!

Kerri said...

I like it! I love all the books you have :) I'm always in need of more bookshelf space :)

Julia D. said...

Looks gorgeous, Candace! Every once in a while I'll switch up my room to make it feel more like "me," I'm of the opinion that people change and so their environment should reflect that. I'm a little confused about the use of the term "ethnic" in this context though...

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