In our house I find I do a lot of decorating just to cover up the silly design flaws of who ever built this house. Our house is so tiny that there is absolutely no need for an intercom system. But the builders jumped on the 80's bandwagon anyway. To change out the system to white would cost about $800. And since we aren't willing to tackle a larger hole, sheetrock patch job ourselves, the only answer right now is to cover them up. Of course we'll have to do something proper with them if we ever move. Imagine seeing a house you like only to find big holes in the wall when the previous family moves out. Yikes! Either way, they are an eye-sore. You've already seen how I covered the one in our bedroom and the electrical panel in Sam's room. And pretty soon I'll get to show you the command panel in the kitchen. It's a doozy of a hole. I still have yet to come up with a solution for the one by Sam's lightswitch. I fear there is no solution right now, but I'll never stop thinking about it.
So today I waved my magic wand in the girls room, and this is how it turned out. ;)
Remember these wall stickers from Target ,that were in the girls' old room? They were a bit much in there, but now they are perfect in their new room.