When I walk through my home, every room has at least one inspirational piece of art or craft that helps me to keep my focus where it belongs. Let me tell you below exactly what I have in my home.
Living Room: A painting of a man looking small in a lighthouse with waves crashing all about, with the verse "The Lord is my Rock, my Fortress, and my Deliverer. My God is my Rock in Whom I take Refuge". Psalm 16:7 I am humbled as I type that...in the past few years we had Hurricane Irene come through and wow what a storm, the waters came at our home...we are okay, but it was frightening at the time. Then there was Hurricane Sandy, an even worse storm for many in my State. I prayed, but my mind was more fearful than it should have been..still, this verse has been a comfort and strength many times.
A plaque hangs in our living room that all see when they walk in that says "Lord, let there be love in our hearts, joy in our lives, and peace in our home". Do we accomplish that perfectly? Of course not, that is why I need reminders surrounding me.
Finally, we have a needlework gift received from a friend when we married that has part of I Corinthians 13 on it, "Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things and endures all things." God tells us these things because he knows tough times will come and we need to be reminded.
Bedroom: In our bedroom right next to my bed is the verse "Fear not, for I have redeemed thee" from Isaiah. When the fearful worrying thoughts that want to invade my peace come at night, this verse is a good reminder.
Kitchen: In the kitchen, we have "Give us this day our Daily Bread" on a pewter decorative dish, and "My grace is sufficient for Thee", on a craft made at a retreat I went to...written on a very small chalkboard with a wooden candle holder glued to one of the side frames with a little candle in it, and ribbon to hang it.
Bathroom: Even the bathroom has a small plaque that says "Prayer changes things", smaller than the one I described above. It also used to hang in my Grandparents home. I love it, and have kept it with me since childhood through many moves over the years.