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  • Dawn Oar

    Kids room with map shade and solar system.

  • Shenley Seabrook

    Love this for a kids room! Trim a map to fit a roller shade for a custom window treatment in a space. Hang planets from the ceiling. I am a total nerd. LOL

  • Becky Bunker Hermance

    Map shade and hanging planets - Kids' Room Ideas - 12 Fresh Design Tips - Bob Vila

  • Amoreena Anker

    Cozy Cottage, Bold Accents, Out-of-Sight Boy's Bedroom: In the boy's bedroom, bold accents mix with basic furniture pieces to create a room that will grow with him. Bright bedding, an orange stool, and colorful planets add playful flair. A black bed frame and oversize armchair ground the space and won't need to be replaced when the room's decor changes. Get the Look: Add personality to a bedroom with creative window treatments. If the room has a theme, look for curtain rods, drapery panels, or window shades that build on it. Here, a large map, which adds to the room's travel theme, was cut to fit a standard roller shade kit.

  • Helen Ghost

    Cute boy's room. Great map window shade. #solar #system #mobile #leather #chair #stuffed #dog #toy #chest #art #stool

  • Bekah Blankenship

    Map window treatment. Planet mobile. Great boy room.

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I love this! Tan would only let this happen if it were painted as a basketball though :)

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Albeit hanging paintings of BOMBERS in a kids' room is pretty sick - the constalation is beautiful, and they DO have some sets of non killing flight instruments, like normal airplanes..