Wednesday, March 18, 2020

A grown-up way to add Disney decor {without it feeling too themey!}


Well goodness. How are you all doing? We're staying calm and trying to make the best of this crazy time. I'm focusing on cleaning and working on projects large and small. 

Basically trying to keep busy so I don't worry/freak out/stress. 😁😁

This quick project ties into the one I shared last week. If you missed it, check out the dark, cozy color I've been painting our basement. We are loving it:
Dark gray walls sectional basement

See that layered gallery wall above the table? I shared how to make your own a few months ago -- it's really easy! I was using stuff we had hanging in the basement at the old house, but that has been changed out with this project. :) 

This was my son's idea actually -- he found some awesome vintage-y looking Disney prints online and was begging to use some in our house. 

We have a small Disney-inspired wall in our loft, but these were so unique, I wanted to create more of a focal point. So I decided to put them above this table instead. 

My son and I picked out nine prints to use on this wall and I grabbed the inexpensive Ribba frames from Ikea. They looked SO good!:


Inexpensive Disney-themed printable art

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They have a ton of color but the vintage vibe of most of them ties them together well. We chose rides/experiences that we LOVE at Disney, including Tower of Terror, the Monorail and Splash Mountain. :) 

We're still waiting on two prints, so I filled those frames with a free Peter Pan print one shop sent us and an Epcot print. When I got them all hung up our son was SO thrilled! We all love it:
A grown-up way to add Disney decor without it feeling too themey

I may eventually add an art light like in my office to shine down on these! I just love them. I've been wanting to add a bit of color to this space and this is the perfect way to do it. 

It can be hard to add whimsical touches like this without it feeling too themed...but there are ways to tie in the places and things your family loves. Even if they are a Mouse and all of his friends. ;) 

Here are all of the prints we are using on this wall: 

How many of you are Disney nuts like us? I love adding touches of it around the house! If you like these prints you'll love my DIY Disney pin art. :) 

I've had such great luck with Etsy and art prints. I usually purchase options I can print at home, but they are all pretty inexpensive. Check out the other art I've used from Etsy shops: 
Pretty printable floral art for super cheap

Inexpensive printable art for laundry room

Inexpensive printable art for bathroom


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4 comments:

  1. We did similar but with Star Wars for my son's room. So good to hear from you, too! I was starting to worry!

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  2. I love the gallery wall! I'm a huge Disney fan but have always shied away from adding Disney-esque decorations as I'm afraid it'll make it look themey... thanks for the ideas! ❤️✨

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

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  3. This is a great idea! Would you please let me know what etsy shops you use as non of your links are working. thanks in advance

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  4. Love these, too! We have the Space Mtn, Big Thunder Canyon and Splash Mtn ones in my kids' bathroom. A fun that has grown with them as they've gotten bigger and messier! Ribba frames from IKEA are all over my house!

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