- An inexpensive way to give a canopy look without the heavy feel of a canopy bed. Often a child’s room is too small to carry off a large canopy bed—but your kids love the look. The solution: rods are afixed to the ceiling and to both sides of the walls. Sheer white fabric is draped through the rods and puddled on the floor.
- Paint your walls and use white as the unifying color. Your room will pull together quickly.
Quick trick using fabric. Here different cotton print fabrics are overlayed on a square piece of wood covered in a thin layer of batting. Pull the fabric tightly and staple. Contrasting ribbon is criss crossed and a button has been attached.
- This great piece of wall art does not match the bed covering but picks up the pastel colors of the bedding. Three small pillows, however, were made that carry those colors over to the bed.
Whether you call them vinyl transfers, vinyl lettering, wall words, they are not your grandma’s peel and press stickers. It’s high tech and ultra creative.
Founders and creators, Jenn and Camillla, say Alphabet Garden has been a passion since its inception. With an extensive background in design Alphabet Garden is able to make some creative and exciting products. Select from their custom designs or imagine your own. Their motto is, “If you’re not 100% happy, we’re not finished until you are.”
At Green Apple we are asked, “Are vinyl transfers as easy as they say the appear?” Yes. These designs can instaneously transform your room with personalization, color and design.
What is the biggest mistake? It’s the same mistake that everyone seems to make. A small image is used to cover a large area and the visual scale of the room is thrown off.
At Green Apple, we absolutely love the products of Alphabet Garden. Come take a peek