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Oh the Places You Can Go with Playful Décor

There’s a colorful world between the pages of a book by Theodore “Dr. Seuss” Geisel filled with tuft-topped Truffula trees, bold stripes and plenty of quirkiness. Held each March 2nd, the birthday of Dr. Seuss is recognized as Read Across America Day. The world he created inspires a bit of whimsy at home using bold patterns, plants, or art that keeps things light. No need to create a fantasy space, just adding a playful accent can be a sophisticated nod to the many places you can go when expressing personal style.

Clever candles for literature lovers (the label is printed on a library card). Check out The Cat in the Hat Candle with Red Velvet Cake Scent, $14.

“You’re off to great places, Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting…so get on your way!” Oh, the Places You’ll Go! inspires decorating with globes. Shop similar looks, from $24.99.

Bold, playful (and temporary) wall decals transform a room with a wide variety of designs. Freya Dandelions Wall Decal with Floating Seeds, from $31. BlackDogDecalsDesign,

Lucky Charms Illustration Set (two of three shown), $15. SangLamDesign,

 “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better...its not.” The Lorax. Air-purifying Dracaena Marginata, Dragon Plant.

March 2nd marks the birthday of author Dr. Suess and is recognized as Read Across America Day.

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