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Picture display tips and ideas
Our stairway is crying out for a little TLC so with lots of beautiful frames and pics given as gifts I've decided to create a picture collage... I found this helpful info on arranging prints on www.wholesaleframing.com Place larger frames in the centre to creat a focal point, create a gallery by surrounding them with smaller frames... Display frames and pictures on shelves and ledges. The frames don't need to be the same and staggering and overlapping them keeps it interesting... The upward…
DECK THE HALLS & STAIRWAY WALLS!
Do you think only your dining room, living room or bedroom are the only spaces to create a focal point? Think again! Why not try creating a holiday vignette in your stairway? A few years back, when we had first moved in here, we had put in floating shelves on the stairway landing wall. It's highly visible both when traveling up & down the stairs, but also when you enter our home and pass through to the living room. At first, I had utilized this space to feature our wedding photo collection…
2013 Salt Lake City Parade of Homes = A Happy House Peeper - The House of Smiths
This past weekend Cason and I embarked on one of our all-time favorite events … The Parade of Homes in Salt Lake City. We went last year together for the first time, after helping plan and decorate the 2012 blogger house, and we knew immediately that this was going to be an annual tradition for…
My Foyer - daisymaebelle
I have had a couple of requests to see a little more of my house. I am hesitant to show mine. . . there are so many crazy, beautiful homes out there! My goal is to create a warm, cozy, welcoming space that people feel very comfortable in. No high design here! Just simple, easy […]
10 Staircase landings featuring creative use of space
The staircase landing refers to the space at the top or at the bottom of the stairs. It can also be the space between flights of stairs, in the case of