Pick From A Wide Assortment Of Dolphin Home Decor ProductsThe Abstract Fish pattern is conveniently available in a variety of decor goods from wall hangings, to throw pillows, to floor mats and window curtains, and even toddler duvet covers or shower curtains.
Style Your Entire Rooms DecorEntire Dolphin themed collections are available for your bedroom, bathroom and almost any room in your house. How about a new soft rug for your family area?
Did You Know You Can Personalize This DesignWe can change the main color or any color within this design to ANY shade you like. VisionBedding can also add a unique message anywhere within the design. Our personalization choices are essentially endless. Let us customize the orientation or the central object within this particular Abstract Fish design.
Bring Your Bathroom to Life with Dolphin DecorBathrooms are often narrow spaces that don't leave much room for renovating. Luckily, there are a number of ways of maximizing the space and making it seem larger and more charming.
You can make your bathroom seem larger by utilizing a monochromatic scheme in a light shade. By applying wall art and details in the same color palette, it preserves the room’s appearance of a large unit, rather than overwhelming your senses with disjointed pieces.
If your bathroom is small, consider the possibilities of having a less spacious room to play around with. These bathrooms can benefit from patterns or textures that might typically overpower a more open space. To really present your personality, consider incorporating a Abstract Fish bath mat or shower curtain. Just don’t forget to keep the supporting additions subtle and keep storage open to utilize the space.
The Ideal Pillow CountWhat is the ideal amount of pillows to set on your bed? Make sure to use two to six pillows, depending on the size of the bed. Pillows make a bed look delightful, and it sure won’t take long to break through the pillows to end up in the inside of the cozy sheet at the sight of it.
“Only when the design fails does it draw attention to itself; when it succeeds, it’s invisible.” John D. Berry