Your room is your sanctuary, so it only makes sense that it should contain items that reflect your preferences. You could order and purchase expensive bedding and wall decorations from various manufacturers and retailers online, but that takes money. Instead, consider creating the items for your music note room and add a unique touch that no one else in the neighbourhood possesses.
Treble Clef Wall Art
No musical masterpiece is complete without a treble clef, so your room should have at least one of these stylish symbols. Metal hanging sculptures are available from companies such as Metal Wall Art, or you can make your own.
To make your own treble clef, trace the desired size of treble clef onto a one-eighth-inch piece of plywood and cut it out with a jigsaw. Paint or glaze the cutout cleft to match your room's colours.
There is a great variety of bedding with music note themes available from retailers such as Amazon. If you know how to sew, make your own bedding for a fraction of the cost. Shop fabric stores and look for cotton fabrics with music notes. Measure your bed and buy enough to make a duvet and matching pillow cases. For an added touch, buy some printable iron-on applique paper and create your own musical images to place in the centre of a decorative pillow.
Anyone can buy a black lamp to match their room's theme. Show your wood working creativity and make a quarter-note lamp instead. Draw and cut out a stencil of a crotchet and trace it onto a 1.25-inch thick piece of solid wood. Flatten the bottom, drill a hole through the centre and string through the lamp fittings for your own music note lamp. To further customise it, cover the lamp shade with music note fabric.
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