We have a small issue here at Fort Schultz. Everywhere you look in our house are empty walls, needing to be filled. Such is the trials of recently moving, I suppose. And being just-starting-out-newlyweds.
Although well intentioned, this humble frame is entirely too small for our Dining Room.
Remember that mirror I impulsively ripped off our living room wall? Well, it is the perfect replacement for that little guy.
Back in the living room, I have big plans for fixing this problem. Hopefully, we will expand the galleria around the corner and up to the ceiling. The trouble with that is, we’re going to have to collect
a trillion bazillion quite a few frames first. Yard sales, here we come.
This photo from Houzz gets me inspired.
While we’re at it, I’ll entertain you with some other rockin’ displays I have been loving lately. A wall of chalkboard? Absolutely!
Using pretty, mismatched china as art
Taking pictures up to the ceiling in a unique shaped room
I like this room’s diversity of little artifacts and knick-knacks. Not sure if I’d ever be brave enough to paint a room bright teal.
For us, the worst of our troubles is by far our bedroom. Those walls are totally empty. Here’s my vision for improvement. I’d like an asymmetrical design of some rich, medium-dark brown wood finished frames on either side of the bed…
…and two symmetrical pieces above the dressers.
What are some cool things you’ve seen used as wall art? Musical instruments? Antique sports equipment? Children’s artwork? I’d love to hear more ideas.