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5 Quick Fixes: Branches as Children's Room Decor

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 25, 2012 01:06 AM
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by Sarah last modified Aug 24, 2012

Branches are a quick and easy decor fix and add instant rustic charm to a child's room; here are five examples we like. N.B.: Smaller branches can be anchored in a pot with stones; for larger ones, attach hooks to a wall or ceiling and use clear fishing line to attach. Above: Colored pom poms decorate a branch in the home of the French stylist Aurélie Lécuyer of the blog Le Dans La . Above: A branch serves as clothes rack from textile maker Olli. Above: Jess Brown (creator of her eponymous Rag Dolls as well as a new line of women's clothing) created this room for her daughter Stella, using a salvaged tree trunk as bed canopy. Above: A mobile made from a hanging branch. Photograph via The Boo and the Boy . Above: A children's nursery in Australia spotted on Apartment Therapy . N.B. For more of our Five Quick Fixes, click here .






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