Pick a bone for a ghastly room touch
Skulls are pretty popular as a decor item. And they run the gamut from cute pink ones with bows to incredibly scary ones with flames. Add in colorful ones for the day of the dead and eye-patched ones for pirates and there is quite the range to choose from! I’ve tried to go with options that would work for just about anyone, even ones with crossbones like in the picture here. Well, when I could. Some things are too cool to leave out. But somewhere in here is bound to be a skull that will work in a teen’s bedroom, no problem. I really wanted to not have pirate-y designs with eye patches, but it’s pretty tough to avoid them.
Skull Furniture Selections
I know. Pink. And more pink. Still, some very cute choices here, if not ghastly. They should ask me to design some pieces. I have some great ideas! Until then, these are some of the few furniture pieces I could find that would work for kids. I do love the pirate ones, but … well, they’re pirates and I’m not entirely sure I think they look that comfortable. (Not that it matters. If they’re like most kids, yours will be using it as a clothes rack anyway!)
Rugs For The Floor
We’re getting into the scarier looks here (not the bank, obviously), which means we’ve got a few options to work in a gothic-style room. I actually really like the signs to hang on the wall.
The More You Glow Candle Holder from ModCloth – $12.99
Think Outside the Box from ModCloth – $39.99
Pink Weekly Whiteboard
$24.97 at Walmart.com
On The Edge Marketing Flaming Neon Clock – $49.99
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