Disco Ball Interiors

You should be dancinnnn' -- yeah! You should be dancinnnnn' yeah! (watch this clip for a little John Travolta action). I've been checking out the whole disco ball trend as it has rolled it's way back into rooms over the part few years and especially now around the holidays I see them popping up more and more. Have you noticed? People seem to like them as ornaments on the tree or tiny ones piled into a bowl on a table as a little winter decoration... I've also spotted them on balconies (yes really!), in local restaurants, cafes, shop windows, as decoration on shelves and hanging from ceilings in some pretty cool homes in the magazines and books that I read. They are SUCH a fun and quirky addition to a home. Here are some great examples of how to add a disco ball to your interior to add just the right amount of imperfection without falling over the line into tacky, tasteless, ohmygoshwhatwereyouthinking... A little bit goes a long way...Disco Balls

Disco Balls

Disco Balls

The key is moderation - especially when it comes to quirky things like a disco ball! Plus I think your room needs to lean on the eclectic side in the first place, or perhaps be a bit flea market style, feminine, boho modern or scandi modern. I don't see a disco ball working in a very contemporary home because it would be out of place and I can't see it in a country home with plaids and chintz or something extremely high end... unless you are Kelly Wearstler. I can see Kelly rockin' a disco ball like nobody's business.

Would you have a little Saturday Night Fever in your home? :)

Images: At Home Arkansas,Morten Holtum,Polly Wreford for Atlanta Bartlett, Confetti Garden, Livingetc.