Got some bare walls? I’ve got you covered!
Inspired by all the unique wall decor I saw at Las Vegas Market 2014, today's DESIGN REFRESH is full of helpful tips and advice about decorating your walls. Enjoy!
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Lots of people think art needs to be hung at eye level, and I agree eye level is great. But when you have more art to hang and you've used up all your "eye-level" space, where should your next piece be placed?
The days of simply hanging a painting flat on the wall at eye level are over. Now anything goes.
My feet, my eyes, my thumbs! I can’t remember the last time they were all so active for so long. Everywhere I looked there was a beautiful piece of home furniture or decor begging to be admired, and I bit into their beautiful bait every time.
The summer edition of Las Vegas Market 2014 is happening NOW! So click through and come along with me as I peruse the latest trends in home furniture and decor and share all my discoveries with you throughout the entire week in real-time! Enjoy! ;-)
Old painted portraits will add depth and character to any room in your house. They add a sense of history and nostalgia. They add a richness and an extra layer to a room, no matter what the size.
Picture frames get no respect. But with this article, that shall change; because they can be designed to be just as special, just as artful, as what they contain. Here's why...
It seems wall space is really kind of dwindling in the suburbs. Everyone knows that people like...
Because sometimes there’s just not an obvious place to hang your art.
I’ve always found it interesting to see art or photographs layered when they are just propped up on a mantel. Or furniture. Or on a shelf or ledge. it’s such a cool effect!
Want to blow people away? Call attention to your taste? Get your style noticed? Make a memory?