How to Decorate With a Bubble Theme


Decorate a room in your home with a bubble theme for a fun, quirky or light-hearted look, whether it's in your child's room, bathroom or a play room. Use simple, light, neutral colors such as white, clear and silver to concentrate on the bubbles alone, or mix the bubbles in with rubber ducks or an ocean theme. Bubble-like details and accessories will create a bubbly atmosphere that works with your bubble theme.

Things You'll Need

  • Paint or wallpaper
  • Furniture
  • Linens
  • Wall decor
  • Accessories
  • Paint bubbles on the walls or use a bubble-covered wallpaper border to establish the bubble theme. For example, paint the walls light blue with lighter blue or white overlapping circles that look like bubbles. Any dark color with lighter circles will create a bubble look if you use varying shades of the same color. A mural that includes rubber ducks, fish, mermaids or any other marine life will lend itself well to your theme.

  • Add details to your furniture, such as clear, round knobs or bubble decals. Clear furniture, such as plastic or glass tables, is another option. Actual blow-up furniture, such as a chair, will fit in with the bubble theme as well.

  • Use linens with a bubble pattern, such as a comforter, throw pillows or a rug.

  • Hang framed images of bubbles, such as with a goldfish or against a bright blue sky. Three-dimensional bubble sculptures are another option. Round mirrors of varying sizes will give the illusion of bubbles -- as well as open up the room.

  • Accessorize the room with decorative details that resemble bubbles. For example, fill a glass fish bowl with clear and iridescent pebbles. Hang different sized round, clear plastic balls or bulbs from the ceiling at varying heights to make it look like there are bubbles floating across the ceiling. Glue clear or iridescent pebbles around the base of trays, picture frames or lamps to look like bubbles sitting on those items.

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