Red, white and blue are perhaps the easiest way to turn your son's room into an airplane oasis. Using a modern American quilt with airplane sheets, Sarah at Thrifty Decor Chick was able to create a large focal point in her son's plane-inspired room using the old-time fighter plane print, just like in the movie. With small airplanes hanging from the ceiling, three smaller plane prints on the other side of the room and the adorable board and batten background, Thrifty Decor Chick's plane room is one that soars.
Not sure that you want to take on the full plane decor plunge? Take the direction of Kim from Too Much Time on My Hands by doing a vintage-inspired space with small hints of airplanes. Using electrical tape, Kim made a paper airplane trail leading to wooden letters spelling out "fly." She also hung clipboards to display printed plane graphics and maps. Kim mentioned that she only paid a total of $100 to makeover her son's room. We love the knock-off Anthropologie dresser that Kim did herself!
Jody from Homey Home Design shows us a great way to turn a preteen boy's decor into an airplane dream. Using airplane bedding from Pottery Barn, Jody propped a vintage framed airplane poster above her son's bed. We love that Jody's husband hand-painted an oversized fighter plane as an accent wall. We also like the awesome propeller used to hang jackets and backpacks.
Get away from the all-American airplane look with this adorable vintage blue-and-orange hued space. Having an obsession with cars and planes equally, Jenn from J Cooper Photography was able to find the perfect bedding set that incorporated both of her son's loves. Accenting with a vintage train case, hanging planes and oversized stars, Jenn was able to maintain an old-fashioned vibe in her son's room with the mix of modern colors. We love the small details that make this toddler room something he can grow with.
As an interior designer, Kirsten from 6th Street Design School knew she wanted to get creative with her son Jett's nursery. With a husband as an airplane pilot, she wanted to steer away from traditional plane decor. Making her own knock-off Anthropologie paper airplane design, Kirsten hung her display above the crib. Using model planes that her husband flies and a vintage reproduction made by the airline he works for, Jett's nursery is lovable, cozy and modern.
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