Now this is wallpaper I can sink my teeth into. The vintage illustrations would be amazing going down my boring, bland hallway.
I want to see this at the top of a long flight of stairs as a little reminder that you're going up into the sky.
I love Paris, and I love hot air balloons. This is such a beautiful and iconic image. It reminds me of being in Paris myself, even though I didn't see hot air balloons. I think my romantic little brain imagined them everywhere.
Subtle enough to fit right in on your sofa or bed, this hot air balloon print is sophisticated enough for any decor.
This brightly colored mobile/garland is perfect for a baby's room, but I'd also love to use it for my daughter's next birthday party.
I still need to find a better light for my daughter's room. I'd love to see this hot air balloon disappear into the ceiling.
Personalize this pillow with your family's name, or give it as a gift. It's a beautiful sentiment without any of the corny overtones.
This sweet growth chart has room for your child's name. The graphics keep it modern, and the colors are versatile for lots of different color schemes.
This shirt needs to be in my wardrobe right now. It's a sweet way to add some fun to my winter "uniform" of jeans, a cardi and a T-shirt.
I'd love to add this print to my home office to remind me that anything is possible, without actually resorting to the saying "anything is possible." It's such a great layering of image and text too.
Fabric wall stickers are my favorite. They're more durable and easier to remove and reposition than other decals. This way, your child's growth chart can actually "grow" with you, wherever you may go.
These might be the most iconic hot air balloons I've seen. The muted colors add some retro charm to your room decor.
Can you sum up the wonder of a hot air balloon in one word? I think this necklace does it perfectly, reminding us to soar.
Somehow these balloons remind me of classic Ferris wheels and hot air balloons all rolled into one quirky image.
For a classically styled nursery, nothing can compete with this beautiful hot air balloon model hanging in the corner. I can't decide if I like the blue or the red one the best.
You know, I'm not sure I've ever seen the original movie, but the poster has me convinced I need to watch it right away. I decorated my daughter's nursery around a poster, and this one would be a great place to start for another room.
At first glance this image of the Brooklyn Bridge seems very serious, but then those hot air balloons come into focus and add a little levity.