Monday, March 28, 2011

Roll Up, Roll Up...

 
 
 

"Welcome to the Circus" Print from sunnychampagne

So this week it's about all things carnival related, starting with some circus decorating.

It can be traditional in  red and white -















Clockwise from the top left: "Red and White Room"  , Carousel Horse walldecal from tweetheartwallart, "Seiko" contemporary folk art cat doll  by cartbeforethehorse,  red circus cuckoo clock via Design Happens, personalised circus letter cushions by Deborah Sparks, "Dress Circle" hand embroidered cushion from Tara Badcock and "Circus" and "Stripe" wallpaper by Catherine Martin (image via: Palatial Living)


yellow, blue and bright -




Top row: "The Circus is in Town" mini print by blackoutwell, "Circus" print by Judykaufmann,  yellow striped chair from the lil bee and Catherine martin's "Circus" and "Stripe" wallpaper (image via: Palatial Living)

Bottom row:  baby room by k.f.d designs, yellow sewn paper circus flag garland via Hank + Hunt and Vintage Mid Century Sawdust Circus Clown from TeamRuster



maybe you prefer a circus noir -




















Top row: hats as decor via Apartment Therapy, "Circus Bear" print available from Idaimfille, sheets from Sin in Linen

Middle row: "Big Top" Letterpress Alphabet Cards by YeeHaw, elephant light switch plate

Bottom row: black and white "circus" bathroom (image via: odietmablog), "Red Clown" by reneemichele, Jester the Matryoska Pillow Doll by MadGypsy, "Carnival Fun" mixed media assemblage by YesterdaysTrashArt and off to the side, black and white room via Black.White.Yellow


or something pink and pretty -



Clockwise from the top left: "Blushing Lion" by gypsyandtwink, Sleeping chicken on unicycle by MaFelt, pink table top clock via sweetretreatkids, Circus Pink Bedding from Linenstore-UK,"When the Circus Came" print by prettylittlethieves, pink circus pillow, Charn and Company Circus Pink Long Pendant, pink and white dresser found via Never Without: Another Blog to Love and "Peter Cottontail" garlend from PotterandButler


or maybe vintage is more your scene -


















Vintage Circus Hamper available from Little Miss Heirlooms, "Circus" wire cage via Etsy, wire chair sculpture from the Behance Network, Carousel Number 1 by Debauxsouveniers, mixed media paintings by marysgranddaughter, Vintage Chein Tin Litho Circus Elephant found on eBay, "Circus" cushion by Daniel Heath and vintage juggler's batons available from Hitched


So there you have it,  some circus decorating fun for everyone!

Most happiest of Mondays to you,
Stephie x

6 comments:

  1. I'm for red :-) beautiful, Stephie!

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  2. Hi Stephie,

    I go for red, pink & yellow! Lovely mosaics!

    Lieve groet,

    Madelief

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  3. Love the stripes, especially the red and white stripes!

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  4. Its the vintage circus items for me! The juggler's batons are very cute. My other half, Rob will pull out his juggling tricks to get a laugh from our nieces & nephews - Works like a charm.
    e

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  5. Hi Stephie ! fun post :) All styles of circus are amazing. Letter cushion,striped chair,pillow doll , pink dresser and elephant enchant me !!!
    You have a lot of patience to select beautiful things.
    Happy Tuesday
    Many Hugs
    Kena

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  6. Thanks Maria, Madelief and Victoria for leaving me such kind comments -I must admit that I am a bit partial to the red but the pink is pretty nice too!

    Hi e! It sounds like Rob is "King of the Kids"! There is nothing like a good juggling act to keep kids amused - maybe you should get those batons for him so he can add to his repertoire!

    Thanks Kena. I would love to get some of the letter cushions for my place! It always takes a while to put it all together but I find it quite fun too!


    It's so good to hear from you all. Please forgive me for not being able to visit you until later in the week - we have some access problems here:(

    Can't wait to catch up with you all,
    Stephie x

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