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Style Me Sunday: Aviator Inspired Bedrooms that Soar!

Nautically inspired interior design takes the cake for this summer’s breakout home decor trend. Easy accents like charming Bulkhead Wall Mount Light Fixtures and marine lantern style lighting carry the spirit of adventure into seaside retreats across the nation. We love spaces that make us dream, and that is why we’re looking “up” for the next big interior design trend. It’s time to take our rooms to new heights with aviation inspired decor!

Style Me Sunday: Aviator Inspired Bedrooms that Soar!

Style Me Sunday: Aviator Inspired Bedrooms that Soar!

Pull out your model airplanes, it’s time to get aeronautically charged style!

  • Clean, cut spaces that pay homage to retro industrial construction are a great foundation for your space. The Machine Age Galvanized Ceiling Fan is reminiscent of fighter plane propellers and their exposed seams showcase the craftsman’s rustic handiwork.
  • Keep the time like Charles Lindbergh with a mid-century inspired wall clock. Our 1950’s ‘Electric’ Schoolhouse Clock showcases sharp, geometrical angles with its stylized dials and no-fuss font.
  • Take a step into the aircraft manufacturer’s workshop with some factory gooseneck lighting. Angled shades like the Elliptical Sign Light reflect the long and industrious spirit of American manufacturing. Our durable galvanized finish means it’s study enough for exterior use but stylish enough to make a surprising gallery light.
  • The Industrial Metal Stool is another industrial accent that can be customized to fit your space’s need. Its forged metal body and swivel top encompasses utilitarian design.
  • From heirloom maps to poster art, rugged art pieces like the Original Framed Aviation Picture and this Great Lakes Map make educational pieces that fit into an array of rooms, from dad’s office space to your children’s playroom.
  • Incorporate an actual remnant of aeronautical history with this Vintage Blue Airport Runway Wall Sconce. For years, its blue jelly jar was used to direct traffic on runways, now you can use it to direct the little ones to bed!

 

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