I finally have pictures of the other walls in the kids' room to share. The decorations were a collaboration, with the kids doing the bulk of the paper tearing and mama doing most of the glueing. Z is very pleased, but I think that M prefers more masculine decor. Someday, little man, someday.
The rainbow was very simple to make, and totally free. Z and M had fun searching through my rescued-from-the-trash magazine to find bits of every color, and they loved ripping the pages into tiny shreds. I won't comment on the mess that ensued, but sometimes a messy, peaceful house is worth more than a clean one filled with sibling strife.
We discovered this old map of Greece just lying around the apartment. I wasn't sure how to hang it up--we don't want to leave any permanent damage behind. Well, any more damage than absolutely necessary.
I settled upon string(also found in a drawer of the apartment), and clothespins (purchased, because we have a compulsive clothespin breaker).
For the final wall, I had an idea to do something like this. Seeing nothing similar in the stores here, and not wanting to bite off more sewing than I could chew, I settled for what you see below.
The kids are much happier with a gallery to display their precious artwork. Note the full-sized superhero designed by M.
Finally, along the lines of leaving our apartment the way we found it, B purchased a hinge for the missing closet door.