My tiny, kitschy, crafty, and Star Wars-y living space #Homes & Tours#bedrooms#geeky#kitsch#retro/vintage#star wars January 3 | Guest post by Olivia We LOVE peeking in Offbeat Homie's spaces, especially when they're tiny and awesome, like this one from Olivia in Florida! It's easy to get wrapped up in trying to make your home perfect and coordinating and sticking to one certain look. I've tried for so long to stick to certain colour schemes, or a certain really specific look, and I was never completely happy and also could never get it quite right. Finally, I figured out that you shouldn't have to pick one thing you love and apply that to your decor, but instead apply everything you love to your decor. Like in my case I love kitschy, vintage things, as well as crafts and DIY, then mix in some Star Wars and dinosaurs and there you have it! It all combines to create a very kitschy, eccentric look. Another thing that I have learned in decorating is that it's important to have some natural pieces. I love modern (and budget-friendly) Ikea furniture and vintage pieces painted a bright funky colour. But adding natural touches like raw wood shelves instead of going for white particle board, and the wooden vintage radio cabinet instead of another white Ikea piece, really help to make the room look finished as well as adding more colour and depth to the look. I hope you enjoyed the tour of my room, and the decor inspired you a bit like so many things have inspired me! And if you're also feeling inspired to submit YOUR living space, by all means — do so! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Olivia Hello, I am Olivia! I love all types of art, whether I am good at it or not. I love decorating, fashion, and nature, anything kitschy, Star Wars, or Disney! I am always doing some sort of craft but my main passion is being a makeup artist. http://worldofbambiblog.blogspot.com/ PREVIOUS How can I start talking to my partner about opening our relationship? NEXT Make your own magic shroom light Toggle comments [ 13 ] I love this, I think it's amazing, I want to hug everything I see. BUT. What the F is in that fishtank? 8 agree Reply Looks like maybe the beginnings of rock candy? Which would be flippin' sweet (in all senses of the word). 2 agree Reply Here's a peek: 0 agree Reply Rock candy? Salt crystals? Gel candles? Some sort of art installation? I'm just guessing that there's string around them sticks. But the sticks are so fancy! Is this art? 2 agree Reply I like all the Hindu art pieces! They work with the space and mementos. 1 agrees Reply This is freaking delightful. I LURVE everything about it. The signed picture of Chewie might be my fav. 1 agrees Reply Well done! I have always felt that the best "decorating style" is to decorate with what you love–what "feels right" to you, rather than focus on "oh, gee, that doesn't fit X colour scheme or X style." As the author has shown, if you love it, you'll find a way to make it all fit in 2 agree Reply Are those little mushrooms over the headboard or mantle? They look like a fungus that grows on old trees around the west coast. 3 agree Reply DAT KITTEN TRAAAAY O___O/ 1 agrees Reply Sigh, such personality. Everywhere. I love it. Love it. LOVE IT! 0 agree Reply Colors! I love the colors! The whole room is like yummy candy. 0 agree Reply Holy moly this is amazing! But I need to ask you one very important question: WHERE DID YOU GET THAT X FILES POSTER? I've been searching for one for forever. 0 agree Reply I love how wonderfully you display everything. You just make a point of it. SHOW IT OFF! Love it. Inspirational. We have so much stuff and random things that I don't know what to do with. Also, putting ALL the art and posters on ONE wall makes it such a focal point. So great. 0 agree Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.