Decorating a new home can be super fun and exciting, if not a little stressful and expensive. These home decor items may not be DIY or even something that you can purchase, but just like concept cars, it’s still nice to be able to drool over things — even if we can’t have them.
Transform your room into a wonderland that gets bathed in a gorgeous spectrum of colors when the sun shines through. Pair it with other colorful geometrical decor for a modern look that still maintains a sense of romance and whimsy.
Bringing the outside in and having a perpetual picnic in your dining room is pretty rad. Ants, not so much. If you ever manage to make this grassy table a reality, you should probably befriend your neighborhood pest controller.
Sometimes those tea parties turn out to not be quite as great as we expected. Sometimes things break. Sometimes things get hurled at other peoples' heads. Either way, this chandelier of broken dishes makes lemons out of lemonade and lets the china live another day.
While we're going with the whimsical theme, we might as well pair the climbing chair with these floating, but not so much floating, balloons. They have one job and that's to hold up the glass that makes this coffee table. And to look pretty. OK, so maybe that's two jobs.
The combination of intricate design and craftsmanship coupled with materials that look too natural to exist indoors makes this table appealing to any nature lover. And good news: this is one of those beauties that you can actually purchase...if you have $10,000 lying around.
The gaudy taxidermy items that have populated man caves for centuries have been updated with a much more modern (and maybe even more creepy) feel. These chairs may not help you feel comfortable mentally, but at least you can feel comfortable physically.
This fireplace is perfect if you want to have Ursula over for tea. And it pairs perfectly with the octopus chair from the previous photo. Good luck avoiding nightmares in a house with these items, though.